Journalism Journalists

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Sasha Laghonh

Founder | Speaker | Host | Creator | Author | SME

Sasha is the Founder of Sasha Talks, an educational and entertainment platform that integrates self & professional development into nurturing meaningful outcomes. As a speaker, mentor and author, she partners alongside different clients, from individuals to organizations, to capitalize upon their talent. Visit www.sashatalks.com to learn more.

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Danny Wolf

Writing Your Success

With 5 years and a multitude of mastheads under my belt, I write headlines that impress and lure words into making love. Hire me to craft copy and content that resonates with your readers.

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Joan Gralla

General Assignment Reporter, Newsday

I adore breaking news, excel at finding the sources to do so and spotting holes in what's presented -- hopefully improving the outcome. It’s wonderful working with such a talented group excelling in so many areas, including video and graphics. No newcomers to SEO. My hope is my public service aims, starting with my Reuters Holocaust restitution series, will appeal to you. Researching, spotting a new angle -- and then writing as simply as possible to truly explain complex problems, from global warming to COVID-19, are some of my strong suits. Curiosity always serves me well. For Reuters, where I worked most of my career, I covered many financial markets; New York, NYC and states from Maine to Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas, reporting on all manner of policies, legislation and budgets. Breaking news with New York City's budgets was one strength. Covering 9/11 -- from the attack through the reconstruction -- later led me to report for Newsday about flawed safety gear provided often immigrant asbestos workers. For Reuters TV, I interviewed a few dozen governors, treasurers, mayors and the like; wrote companion stories; gave live reports. I've co-moderated Crain's Business Breakfast panels; spoken on journalism panels. A Loyola Law School public service fellowship was wonderful. Recently I was on "Crime Stories with Nancy Grace at 7 minutes, 29, 36, 39, 42, for example. https://omny.fm/shows/crime-stories-with-nancy-grace/loving-dad-of-3-at-sons-college-family-weekend-sho. At Reuters, I regularly led competitors covering precious metals, debt, equities and energy -- a highlight was the UN-Iraq oil-for-food talks, a lengthy assignment. My multi-year Holocaust series began when NYC axed a Swiss bank from a bond sale. Two days later that was a front page New York Times story; that wasn't the first; I've had to match them too. Local, national, such as the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, and global media often ran my stories outlining talks between advocates, governments, museums, rail roads, banks and insurers. I also put Reuters first with the U.S. EPA's demand NYC cleanse its water with a new plant the city said cost too much. That was a bit of a merry-go-round. A recent Newsday story about stiffer rules for wastewater plants benefited from my in-depth experience reporting on this problem. So did a story on the curtailed lives of the oysters planted in New York Harbor's restoration programs. Previous stints: Securities Week, Physicians Financial News, the Research Institute of America, The Wall Street Transcript. Thank you for considering me, Joan


Shaw Israel Izikson

Managing Editor, The Berkshire Edge

Shaw Israel Izikson is the Managing Editor for The Berkshire Edge. Izikson is an award-winning journalist, editor, and photographer from Baltimore, Maryland. He has been in the journalism field for over 20 years, starting as a reporter for The Irregular newspaper in Kingfield, Maine. Izikson worked at The Lakeville Journal starting in 2007. He subsequently worked at the company for 11 years as a reporter at all three newspapers owned by The Lakeville Journal. Izikson subsequently served as the editor for The Winsted Journal from 2014 to 2017. He was the winner of the 2015 New England Better Newspaper competition in editorial writing. From 2019 to 2021 he was the editor of The Winsted Phoenix, and most recently The Country Journal in late 2021.

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Jéssica do Carmo

Jornalista

Olá! Sou jornalista com uma década de experiência em reportagem, escrita criativa e comunicação pública, adquirida tanto em veículos e agências de comunicação quanto em órgãos governamentais. Tenho habilidade consolidada em tradução da informação (técnica) para linguagem jornalística e já escrevi sobre esporte, música, saúde, mercado editorial, mercado imobiliário entre outros.

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Thomas Hobbs

Freelance journalist

A freelance journalist, features writer and copywriter, with a decade plus of diverse experience covering topics including culture, music, film, business, technology, gaming, class, art, food, photography, drugs, sex, tv, society, people etc. My work has appeared at titles including the Guardian, Financial Times, BBC Culture, Vice, New Statesman, Pitchfork, Billboard, Nylon, New York Times, Telegraph, Stereogum, Independent, GQ, Wallpaper, Dazed, Wired, Passionweiss, Time Out London, Okayplayer, Little White Lies, Huck, i-D, Property Week, Mixmag, Sight and Sound, Evening Standard, The Face, Audiomack, DJ Booth, Patta, Crack, Complex, MEL Magazine, Hyphen, The i, Highsnobiety, Beat, Refinery 29, Another Man, NME, Creative Review, DJ Mag, The Quietus, Men's Health, The Grocer, Marketing Week, Backstage, The Drum, Brick, Future Laboratory, BE News, Wonderland, Fresh Produce Journal, FACT, and others. If you would like to commission me, then you can reach me on: [email protected]


Holly Huntoon

Media Relations Specialist

My name is Holly Huntoon and I was born and raised in Warwick, Rhode Island. I attended Roger Williams University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. Shortly after graduating college, I started my first job as an Assignment Editor at NBC 10. Three years later, I moved on to become the Media Relations Specialist for the New Bedford Police Department. While working for the NBPD, I was recruited from City Hall to become the interim Public Information Officer for the City and for Mayor Jon Mitchell. Specialties: Public Speaking, Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), Writing (media advisories, press releases, etc.), video production (filming, editing [iMovie, Final Cut Pro])