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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.
Managing Editor at The Falconer
The Falconer is the student newspaper of Fauquier High School. I am responsible for brainstorming story ideas, editing opinion and sports stories, writing content, updating our website, Tweeting news, posting pictures to Instagram, laying out pages, and preparing the paper for publishing. My work has also appeared in Young D.C., The Fauquier Times, and The Gainesville Times. My work has been recognized at state, regional, and national levels by Scholastic Art & Writing, Virginia High School League, Sports Illustrated for Kids, and Time for Kids.
Dana is an environmental journalist focusing on climate change reporting. She writes regularly for DeSmog and Climate Liability News, covering clean transportation, fossil fuel industry opposition to climate action, and climate change lawsuits. In 2017 Dana completed a Master's degree in Environmental Law & Policy with a certificate in Climate Law from Vermont Law School. Prior to attending VLS she worked as a reporter at several weekly newspapers and as a freelance environmental journalist. She has also interned at the Worldwatch Institute, Vermont Natural Resources Council, Schumacher Center for a New Economics, Center for EcoTechnology, EcoLogic Development Fund, OurEarth.org, and YES! Magazine. At a time when both the media and the environment are under attack by the Trump administration, and when the market for environmental journalism is dwindling, Dana is determined to use her sharp writing and reporting skills and her knowledge of environmental issues to defy "alternative facts" and keep the public informed. Topics of specialization include climate change, clean energy, and citizen activism.
Jose Medrano is an editor for the Crusader newspaper. A 2011 graduate from Liberal High School. Medrano has worked for the Crusader for two years and was selected to be editor his sophomore year. Under his leadership the Crusader has won two national awards, an All-Kansas, a gold medal and a first place online award. He recently received Kansas Journalist of the Year from Kansas Collegiate Media. He will transfer from Seward County Community College to the University of Kansas in the fall of 2013 to continue his studies.
My passion for storytelling began when I was 13. Beginning with a dream of being a journalist in high school, my first investigative article was part of a series titled "In Your Shoes" and tackled the difficult subject of teenage pregnancy and public perception. After high school, I spent four years working for my college paper, where I was the first Web Editor for the publication. During my time in that position, I built the web team that went on to win Best in Show for College Papers the Fall after I graduated. In the years since working for my high school and college newspapers, I have bounced between creative writing, journalism and marketing. I like to think that my experience with each of these styles has laid the technical foundation for quality storytelling while helping me to think outside the box in order to create effective content strategies and compelling brand stories that drive leads and revenue growth for organizations.
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.
I earned a B.A. in English Literature/Writing. I have experience as a Travel Writer and Editor for J. M. Marketing, a Huffington Post Travel Contributor, a Research Writer for Eastbay, a Travel and Business Featured Contributor for Yahoo!, and a Business Writer for Bright Hub. My past work experience includes small business ownership, education, and a license in Property & Casualty Insurance. I enjoy family, writing, reading, photography, travel, music, running, and sports.
Well-rounded Freelance and Business/Marketing Writer
I'm always interested in freelance work or possible full-time writing employment! Please email me at [email protected] with "Clippings.me" in the subject line. Thank you! Journalism: Professional writer for 13 years with more than 250 published articles. Publications include Wilmington’s News Journal and nondaily publications of the News Journal that include Crossroads, Real Estate Guide, Delaware Parent, Delaware Pet and others, as well as Delaware Today, Delaware Today Health Guide, Delaware Bride, CUNA (Credit Union National Association), Brandywine Community News, Millcreek Community News, Hockessin Community News and Greenville Community News, Bankrate.com. Recipient of the 2007 Delaware Division of the Arts Emerging Artist Fellowship in Literature, Creative Nonfiction and award winner of Delaware Press Association Communication Contest –in news reporting, honorable mention 2000; feature writing, second place 2000; feature writing, first place, 2001. Editing: Editor of various corporate and business materials (including board reports, brochures and compliance manuals) and Goldey-Beacom College alumni newsletter Reflections. Expertise in copyediting, content editing, and proofreading. Business and Corporate Writing: Developer, writer, editor and designer of a wide range of business materials, including press releases, media advisories, brochures, posters, product guides, case studies, corporate writing standards, annual reports, business letters, direct mail, proposals (RFIs/RFPs), policies and procedures manuals, presentation materials, internal and external newsletters. Received three awards, Credit Union Executive Society Golden Mirror Awards 2004 & 2005 – second place direct mailing, single mail; second place print ad single and first place newsletter 4-color. Internet, HTML: Webmaster of DEXSTA Federal Credit Union website and the board of director’s secure website. Editor of online newsroom of Sallie Mae. Graphic Design: Creation of design and copy for brochures, booklets, inserts etc. from conception to printing. Awards: 2011 Sallie Mae, Honor Roll Outstanding Marketing Campaign - direct mail and campaign management 2007 Delaware Division of the Arts Award Recipient, Emerging Artist Fellowship in Creative Writing 2005 DEXSTA Recognition Awards 2005, New Website 2003 DEXSTA Recognition Awards, Company-wide training manual 2004, 2005 Credit Union Executive Society Golden Mirror Awards, direct mail, print ad, 4-color newsletter 2001 Delaware Press Association Communication Contest – feature writing, first place 2000 Delaware Press Association Communication Contest - news reporting, honorable mention 2000; feature writing, second place Education: - Masters of Business Administration, Wilmington University - Bachelor of Arts in English/Journalism, University of Delaware - Web Page Design, Layout (HTML) Certificate, Univ of Delaware - InDesign Adobe Graphic Design, Delaware College of Art and Design Skills: Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Publisher Desktop Publishing: Quark, Indesign, Pagemaker, Photoshop Web: Dreamweaver, FrontPage, HTML, XHTML,