Jade Fabello is a writer, public speaker and model. He is currently double majoring in Journalism and the new Communication & Leadership major at the Moody School of Communication at the University of  Texas.

The Moody School of Communication:

     #2 Best Journalism Program in the United States (USA Today. 2015)

     #5 in Communication (WUR World University Rankings)


If we simply are waiting around to build something new out of the ashes of the old, in the meantime those that are already the most disadvantaged end up as the kindling on that funeral pyre. We cannot afford to be passive.

— Jade Fabello



Co-Writing Director of Spark Magazine, a print and online fashion publication with a total staff of over 200 members.

Two time winner of Best Undergraduate Paper at the Texas A&M Communicating Diversity Conference (2017/2018).

Contributor to the UT National Association of Black Journalist's and The Daily Texan's collaborative project The Five Percent, which aims at detailing the past, present, and future of the Black experience on UT campus.

Work published in the Brown Journal of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (JPPE).

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Public Speaking/Performance

Performs a variety of speeches for and/or in presence of US congressmen, business leaders, and social entrepreneurs.

Performed competition winning speeches at the Zach-Scott Theatre for the audience of Robert Schenkkan's Tony Award-winning All The Way, about Lyndon B. Johnson (2015) as well as for the audience of  Ann, about former Governor Ann Richards (2016)- after which lead actor Holland Taylor requested a copy of the speech.

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His creative pursuits include modeling for editorials, enjoying the collaborative process of bringing the visions of photographers, stylists, artists and storytellers to life.

He is signed with EVO Model Management. He frequently collaborates with local talent and is a regularly staffed model with Spark Magazine.

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