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My goal is to work as digital Journalist, to prepare and share what I have learned with future journalists, because there is a future for Journalism And I want to be a part of it. My interests range from writing to reading, arts, and movies. Logical thinking, organization, and self-discipline, Vast knowledge, and understanding of cultural, entertainment. Familiarity with social media across platforms and using as a tool for Communication. Broad general knowledge with good research skills, as Investigative Reporter Using new media outlets. I am adept at building relationships, Consensus and a shared sense of purpose. I am known for my ability to quickly establish trust with employees, mediate disputes and motivate others into action.
Me considero uma mulher observadora, curiosa e determinada. Escolhi ser jornalista aos dez anos, porque acreditava que essa era uma profissão capaz de fazer a diferença nas vidas das pessoas. Pouco mais de uma década e muitos aprendizados depois, ainda me apego a esse pensamento. Apaixonada por histórias reais, literatura brasileira e um bom texto humanizado, gosto do que faço porque sinto que comunicar aproxima, move, transforma e, acima de tudo, alimenta a alma. Aqui você confere um pouco dos meus trabalhos preferidos. Espero que goste.
Communications Specialist / Recovering Journalist and Military Correspondent
Hi, I'm Heather! I am the full package communicator, with 12 years experience in writing, copy editing, social media content development, and media relations within both the military and corporate worlds. I also hold a degree in Communication Arts, with a focus in graphic design and printmaking. I'm an avid reader, coffee drinker, and dog lover. Design portfolio linked below.
United States of America
Carla Occaso has been a professional journalist since starting as a stringer for The Caledonian Record daily newspaper in 1993. She has worked in journalism most of her career in addition to work in education. She continues to enjoy creating content and to innovate on the internet, websites, digital media, photography, radio, audio, video and in print. A recent career highlight has been working as managing editor for The Bridge newspaper in Montpelier, Vermont. Given a wide berth of opportunity by the publisher, Carla has started a YouTube series, and created content for the company website. This is in addition to building story lists, assigning stories, writing stories, photographing and publishing a paper twice monthly. Carla's article about an 11-year-old girl with Autism won second place in the Writer's Digest annual writing contest in the category of "feature article." Her first work of fiction, "Practically Nothing," won an honorable mention in the Ralph Nading Hill Literary Contest. Magazines that have published her work include American Police Beat, Science Magazine, Rural Heritage, Country Woman, Vermont Life, Vermont Magazine, Maine Organic Farmer, The Northland Journal and Northern Woodlands. Newspapers she worked for as a staff writer/photographer include the Lyndon Independent, Caledonian Record, Barre-Montpelier Times-Argus and as a stringer for The Burlington Free Press.
United States of America
Writer, Social Media Manager
Writer, content creator, certified health coach, avid runner, traveler, and plant lover.
Peabody-award winning investigative reporter. Food/wine/travel blogger and long-time science, technology and health care journalist. Former chief communications officer at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York, NY; communications director and lecturer at UCSF School of Medicine; health and technology reporter for USA Today; science editor at UPI. Communications adviser to government and non-profit organizations. Author of The Communications Golden Hour: The Essential Guide to Public Information When Every Minute Counts, acclaimed handbook for police/fire/municipal communicators.
Journalist, copywriter, editor, history specialist
Writer and editor, specialising in news, profiles, business, features and history. Publications include The Dominion Post, Stuff.co.nz, Sunday Star-Times, Kapi-Mana News, The Hutt News, Shanghai Daily, DefiningNZ, IN-Business Media. Contact: andrea dot oneil @ gmail dot com
Editor in Chief
An award winning broadcast journalist with more than 7 years experience in the field. Dedicated reporter with nose for news, a passion for community journalism and a reputation for impeccable ethics.
I’m a journalist focusing on business, technology and personal finance. I started off writing for trade publications covering the media and advertising industries after graduating from Goldsmiths as a mature student just after the global financial crisis in 2008. Since then I’ve covered broad business news, ranging from economics, property and retail, to politics, policy and tech while at London’s leading daily business newspaper City A.M. As part of the online team, I helped drive record traffic, covering breaking news alongside follow-up insight and analysis to maximise engagement. This included stories ranging from company profit updates like Tesco’s accounting scandal, to politics - including Brexit and too many general elections to count - as well as events, such as Apple’s iPhone launches, and sadly, terrorist attacks. Becoming technology editor for both print and online, I was lucky enough to cover the tech startup ecosystem springing up in London, including the wave of fintech and rise of challenger banks as Silicon Roundabout and The City collided. I won ‘tech journalist of the year’ at the UK Tech Awards 2016, in recognition of incisive, accurate, readable commentary and in-depth knowledge of UK tech companies, public and private. Previous winners include writers for the Financial Times, The Times and Business Insider. I spent time freelancing after a stint setting up the content function of a financial wellbeing startup, where our communications on pension contributions for a global technology client were awarded by the Association for Business Psychology. I have also worked with clients in the technology space to produce content ranging from op-eds and blog posts to awards entries, including for startups and venture capital firms. Most recently I've written for The Sun online covering consumer and personal finance, helping millions of readers keep up with how the cost of living crisis is affecting their finances, find the best bargains and understand their money and their rights. As consumer news editor, I now help lead a team of reporters covering these topics. You can see some highlights of my work below.