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Alex Ceneviva is a digital journalist for WTNH News 8, the ABC affiliate in New Haven, Connecticut. When she's not breaking news online or posting trending stories, she enjoys reading, yoga and making grilled cheese sandwiches in the microwave.
Communications leader and content strategist
A dynamic communications leader with a proven track record in driving content strategy and delivering transformational multichannel engagement campaigns
Hei. I'm a journalist/editor/copywriter based in Bristol. I have bylines in the Manchester Evening News, The Independent, The Daily Mirror, The Tab, Backbench, The Beaver, and the Great Bentley Parish Magazine. I'm also an ESL teacher, musician, and keen rice connoisseur.
Freelance fashion and culture journalist with previous experience in the field. In 2018 I graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a First Class Honours Degree in Journalism and obtained a full NCTJ Diploma. Bylines include ELLE UK, Marie Claire, Glamour Magazine, TheIndustry.Fashion, tmrw Magazine and HUNGER. Also experienced in copywriting, SEOs, social media, product descriptions and translations to and from Italian. More articles here: https://muckrack.com/alice-ierace
Writer | Editor | SEO | Podcaster
Born in London to New Zealanders, I somehow ended up growing up in Melbourne. Today I split my time between the UK, Australia and NZ. As well as freelancing as a travel writer and editor, I'm training to teach English to non-English speakers: ask me anything about phrasal verbs! When not away on assignments, I live on a canal boat with my kids and a fat Russian Blue cat called Millie.
Freelance journalist, podcast host, and mental health ambassador
I'm a freelance writer who cares about digging deeper and uncovering injustices towards marginalised groups, such as in mental health care and gender politics.i want to tell the stories of those who do not have a loud voice in society and explore the intersections between tech, science, psychology and culture. I am a trained journalist with three years of experience across national, local, consumer and B2B titles including; Wired, Tech Talks, DJ Mag, BBC Radio Sheffield and Medium. I volunteer as a mental health advocate for Rethink's Camden Advocacy Service, campaign for charities such as The Mix and MQ, and coordinate events for Creative Voices Mind and Journo Resources. I am looking for work in journalism, creative and media adjacent jobs.
I am a versatile journalist, editor and copywriter with more than 20 years’ experience in sectors such as sustainability, food and agriculture, FMCG, retail, culture, business, financial services, travel, energy and transport. Current specialisms include food waste, agriculture, beer, energy, the environment and sustainability.
Freelance Writer & Editor
The areas I most enjoy writing for include technology, sustainability, travel, business, commerce, sports and education. I also have experience of creating advertising content, beauty articles and news writing. I have undertaken writing for many genres as I enjoy undertaking thorough research before starting a new piece. This means your readers can be confident in the work I provide. My undergraduate degree is in English, I have a PGCE in English and I have postgraduate qualifications in Inclusion. I keep up to date with regular CPD opportunities and I enjoy keeping up to date on all the current writing skills needed to create unique pieces in a competitive market.
Athletic Trainer turned Sports Journalist
Thanks for checking out my work. I m a recent graduate from UNC-Chapel Hill. I spent my college years majoring in Exercise and Sport Science with the goal of becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer. Athletic training provided unique insight behind the curtain in the world athletes live. For the past four years, I’ve spent my time assessing and treating injured athletes. Unlike many people, I got to see a behind the scenes look into the day to day struggle to stay healthy and compete, the hours upon hours of practice, meeting room film sessions, and intense workouts in the weight room with the strength and conditioning staff. I’m thankful for the foundation I’ve gained; however, I do not want to spend the entirety of my career assessing and treating athletes, I want to tell their stories. The challenges listed above are what make athletics special and I want to chronicle those experiences. In the clips below I hope you can gain a sense of my writing style. I’ve included clips from my two previous desks with a mix of long and short-form pieces.