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Award-winning, community journalist who produces compelling, accurate content under persistent deadline pressure. Areas of reporting expertise include government, local news, agriculture and renewable energy, with an emphasis on enterprise and investigative methods.
Entertainment & Politics writer and commentator
Stephen Kent is a graduate of political science from UNC-Greensboro. Post-grad he was a Field Director for Generation Opportunity in Raleigh, North Carolina and went on to serve as deputy press secretary and then digital strategist for the national millennial-focused organization. Now, as Young Voices’ Public Relations Manager, Stephen is focused on getting Young Voices writers and staff onto radio and TV. Stephen is passionate about millennial politics, criminal justice reform and consensus building in an increasingly polarized world. When he’s not advocating for a more free society, Stephen hosts the Beltway Banthas Podcast and contributes entertainment commentary to the Washington Examiner, The Glenn Beck Program, Kennedy on Fox Business and WUSA Channel 9 in Washington D.C. More than anything, Stephen loves long hikes with his wife and young daughter.
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Freelance Writer and Editor
Award-winning writer, journalist and editor with 20 years’ experience in travel, lifestyle, current affairs and news journalism, editing, proofreading, copywriting, social media, corporate and charity communications, publishing and PR. Working with some fabulous clients, I’ve created copy and content for organisations including Channel 4, Viacom UK (MTV, Channel 5), Rolls Royce, The Civil Aviation Authority, Imperial College Health Partners, National Air Traffic Services, Roke, Cadent, Bayer, Southern C0-OP, the Met Police and more. "It was a pleasure working with James, fantastic copy and so many exciting angles for further ideas – a creative's dream partner! Can't wait for our next collaboration!" Alchemy Mill Design
Senior Digital Content/ UX Writer
Creative professional with broad experience in writing for digital media. Skilled in digital production developing websites, email marketing and app copy. Proven history of success with different styles: UX content, micro copy, blogs, articles, SMS messages, social media. Bilingual in English and Arabic.
Reporter/Digital Content Manager
Daniel Caudill is a reporter and the digital content manager for the Derby Informer, a weekly newspaper in Derby, Kansas. In his role, he oversees, plans and manages news and advertising content on the website and social media accounts – while writing stories each week for the paper. His primary coverage areas are education and features. Caudill previously worked as a reporter part-time for the Derby Informer from June 2018 to January 2020, before leaving for internship opportunities. He returned to the paper in November 2020 and began working full-time in June 2021. In spring 2020, Caudill tried broadcast reporting for the first time as a statehouse intern for the Kansas News Service, a collaborative news wire between four public radio stations in Kansas: KCUR, Kansas Public Radio, KMUW, and High Plains Public Radio. In fall 2020, Caudill served briefly as editor-in-chief of The Sunflower, Wichita State’s independent, student-run newspaper before stepping down for personal reasons. He previously worked as the news editor and a reporter for The Sunflower, starting in 2017. In summer 2019, Caudill contributed stories and photos to the Flint Hills Media Project, an applied-learning magazine project at the Elliott School of Communication. Caudill's work has been picked up by The Associated Press, and has appeared in the U.S. News & World Report, The Washington Times, The Wichita Eagle, The Emporia Gazette, The Shawnee Mission Post and more newspapers across Kansas. He is seeking a bachelor's degree in political science and journalism. After college, Caudill wants to continue a career in journalism, covering labor, government or education.