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Writer - Editor - Photographer
I've been a professional writer and editor for the past 38 years. I have served as an editor for Outside Magazine, National Geographic Books, Trend Magazine, Mothering Magazine, and John Muir Publications (now a division of Avalon Travel), and have published hundreds of features in publications including Outside, Mothering, and E: The Environmental Magazine; and online at NPR.org. I am co-author of the book Montezuma: The Castle in the West (UNM Press, 2002) and have completed four children’s books. I've studied writing at the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop and Drew University, and was awarded the nonfiction fellowship at the Taos Writer's Workshop in 2004. I am also an award-winning fine-art photographer and photocollage artist, whose work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, many group shows, and in numerous websites.
Editing, writing and media management experience. Contracted Journalist for the DoD. Multimedia publishing/SEO/CSS/various publishing Interfaces Editorial Experience at several award winning magazines. Runs popular wordpress blog, "Finicky Philly" with features on child welfare issues. Daily and weekly paper experience. Published credits include several books and research on social issues.
Writer, Researcher, Journalist
Researcher for Innovations for Successful Societies, a Princeton University public policy research program. Formerly a Story Editor at Tunisia Live, a news outlet based in Tunis. Before that: World Policy Journal, Human Rights First. Contact: [email protected]
Periodista / Journalist
Periodista graduada por la Universitat de València. Máster en Periodismo Internacional por la UNED y la Agencia EFE. Experiencia: · Agencia EFE (Nueva York, EE.UU.) · Diputación de Valencia · Agencia EFE (Miami, EE.UU.) · El Mundo (Valencia) · Agencia EFE (Valencia) · Ayuntamiento de Valencia · CulTour Magazine (Utrecht, Países Bajos) Para colaboraciones, puedes ponerte en contacto conmigo en [email protected]
National News Editor, CNN
As a journalist, I'm most interested in new and evolving ways to gather and share stories. It isn't just about what is said, but how it's said. I am particularly intrigued by places where technology, culture and society butt heads. I currently work as a National News Editor. I am responsible for identifying and developing domestic news stories for all CNN platforms...digital, television, mobile, social. My team oversees the editorial and operations of our domestic news coverage, ensures continuing coverage to continuously break news on priority stories and partners with all platforms to create written and visual content. Locally, I wrote for years at FREEwilliamsburg.com where I reported and provided commentary on art, music, news and events in the Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn. My stories have been featured on the websites of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Huffington Post, among others. If you've a lead on a compelling story- hit me up!
United States of America
Freelance writer, journalist, activist and researcher
Currently, I write for Y-Axis Magazine, a 3D printing focused magazine based out of Orange County California. I also manage their social media pages. I have also written for other blogs, including the Foreign Policy Association.
Public Relations / Writer
Jami Jurich got her start in journalism at Ohio State, where she spent a year as the Editor-in-Chief of The Lantern, a full-time paid position at Ohio State's student newspaper. During this time, she was in charge of editing all content produced for the paper, both in print and online. Prior to her time as editor, she worked as both the Managing Editor for Content and a senior reporter at The Lantern, reporting and editing for the campus, arts and sports sections of the newspaper. After college, Jami changed course and spent three years teaching high school in Los Angeles before moving to New York City, where she worked as an executive assistant and spent her free time writing plays. She has spent the past two years working as the public relations assistant at Carnegie Hall in New York City, where she is responsible for proofreading all outgoing public relations correspondence, writing press releases, digitizing and coding all online press updates, and juggling any administrative tasks that might pop up day-to-day. She especially enjoys working as a project manager on the press website, thinking of creative ways to improve user experience and accessibility for all users. Jami also spent a summer in Kosovo as a news reporter for the international news agency KosovaLive, where she wrote in-depth pieces for international distribution. She loves her work so much that when she is not at her full-time job, she is often freelancing for companies by writing press releases and copy or designing social media campaigns. She also works with a dear friend as the copywriter on a lifestyle and alternative health podcast. In her free time, Jami is actively involved in political volunteer work and grassroots organizing in her community. She also loves to read, draw, watch Nora Ephron movies, and take marketing classes.
Gia Armstrong is originally from Swaziland, Southern Africa and is currently working as a journalist at The Week in London. Growing up in a multicultural family full of artists, journalists and activists has shaped her view and perception of life immensely and her writing reflects her interests and background in specific topics such as international politics, African development, gender issues, human rights and media freedom. She can be contacted at [email protected]
A versatile and creative media professional with the ability to convert complex information into engaging, razor sharp copy. I have over 5 years experience covering journalism, editing, book publishing, b2b events production and research. Digital savvy I can utilize CMS, CRM, email broadcast tools,Google analytics and social media. To get in touch tweet me at @stevenjwilding or send an email to [email protected] You can follow my blog at http://stevenwilding.wordpress.com/