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National Security Correspondent
National security reporter, formerly at BuzzFeed News, McClatchy and The Miami Herald. Past lives covering the Pentagon, the Trump-Russia investigation, immigrants in the military, the White House and the 2016 election. Always have an eye towards Latin America. In Washington via Uruguay, Mexico, Germany, Morocco and Miami. I write & tweet in three languages. "Once a news magnet, always a news magnet."
I am a professional writer who graduated with my Master of Arts in English (Rhetoric, Writing, and Linguistics) in May 2019. Currently, I am working part-time at a public relations firm and consulting as a marketing lead for an engineering/manufacturing organization. With five years of experience as a professional writer and editor, I have relevant skills in qualitative research, technical document design, strategic communications and nonprofit work. My most recent clips can be found on my clients' websites. Please reach out with any questions.
Reporter, Houston Chronicle
I write for the Houston Chronicle. After a few months as a copy editor, I will soon transition to a suburban reporting role. In fall 2015, I wrote a series about refugee resettlement in Houston, America's No. 1 destination for refugees. I've covered everyday events like a hospital opening and bridge demolition, explored religious diversity, and written light pieces about a girl on a sheep at the Houston Rodeo. (If you don't know what mutton bustin' is, you should learn!) I graduated from Duke University in May 2015 with a political science major. After the Jan. 2015 cancellation of the Muslim call to prayer at Duke Chapel, I wrote a long-form investigation that dug deep to answer the questions left unanswered by national media. Check out my clips: in-depth reporting, politics & government, opinion columns, and Duke Date Lab. They cover LBJ and civil rights, Brazilian politics, U.S. national security, and more. I was also Duke's student speaker at Commencement 2015, and I co-directed a five-minute documentary video about a Latino grocer in Durham, NC.
United States of America
Freelance journalist in Valencia, Spain.
I’m an award-winning, multi-platform freelance journalist with a talent for uncovering and telling compelling stories. I've reported news and feature articles for various international media including in Australia, the US and the UK on everything from travel and sport to beer, business and science. I've written for media including Forbes, The Guardian, BBC Sport, Lonely Planet, The Telegraph, ABC News, The Australian, Beer Advocate, SBS, The Saturday Paper, QWeekend magazine and New Scientist. For broadcast work, please see: vimeo.com/robertkidd I am based in Valencia, Spain, and available for commissions in Europe. Contact me at: [email protected]
I am a content creator, editor, customer service professional and journalism graduate who is open to new challenges that will utilise and develop my skill set.
Sociologist, freelance writer, editor
A sociologist by training, I am senior lecturer at Leo Baeck College, London, director of the European Jewish Research Archive at the Institute for Jewish Policy Research and associate lecturer at Birkbeck College. I've published widely, including four books (with a fifth one currently under contract). I have written non-academic articles and reviews for many years for a range of publications This portfolio highlights some of the work I am most proud of, the diversity of my interests and my ability to write for a wide range of audiences.
Metpro Multiplatform Editor, Los Angeles Times
I specialize in poverty, environment and local government reporting. I have a Masters of Journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism and a bachelor's in journalism from San Francisco State University. I am primarily a writer and editor, but I also have experience with photography, code, design, video and audio.
Freelance Journalist, Writer, Blogger and Editor
Noah Dolinajec is a freelance journalist, writer and editor based in Portland, Oregon. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Noah's passion for writing is predicated on the region's diverse collection of writers and artists. As a writer, Noah has been publishing work for over four years and has experience working with both print and online publications. There is no one subject that drives Noah's love for telling the stories of the world, rather it is all subjects that make up Noah's expertise. Noah has strong experience with both long-form and short-form writing. As well as Listicles and 'Best of' articles. In his time writing and studying at Portland State University, Noah developed strong skills for research and development of story ideas - both fiction and non-fiction. Versatility is what he prides himself on as a writer. Currently you will find Noah's work with The Hockey Writers, Along the Boards, Spectrums Magazine, Play Too Much, Frugal Portland, NewsCastic, Reverb Press, TravelVersed and more. "I strive to tell the stories that deserve to be told, that need to be told and that want to be told. The world is just too interesting to not be involved in helping to connect people and information." ~ Noah Dolinajec
United States of America
Writer & Digital Communicator
Experienced communicator and analyst with 4+ years of professional writing experience in finance, sports and politics. Currently freelancing as a graphic designer & social media content producer. For examples of finance related work, please inquire via email at [email protected]
writing on the run.
Jasmine Sierra is a student of Spalding University pursuing her MFA in poetry, and in the midst of organizing her first manuscript, title TBA. A two-time 2019 Pushcart Nominee, her work has been featured in or is forthcoming in the Sante Fe Review, Peach Velvet Magazine, Winter Tangerine, Vagabond City Literature, and in a number of her undergraduate magazines from Oberlin College.