United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 676 United States journalists listed.

Marcos Chisholm

Freelance Writer

Marcos Chisholm is a freelance writer who covers business, sports, and more. He also creates SEO/blog content for young brands and platforms looking to establish credibility with their target audiences. His work has been featured in OTR Global, Retail Environments Magazine, Bleacher Report, SI.com, and more. Marcos is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, where he furthered his insatiable appetite for the game of basketball without losing his cravings for croquetas and pastelitos.


Karen Connelly

Copywriter · Copy Editor · Graphic Designer · Marketing Stuff

I am a freelance writer, editor, and designer from the Greater New York area. I began my career in 1990 working in Children's Books Marketing in New York City where I created promotional pieces that supported the full catalog of books for the company's five imprints. I soon sashayed on to magazine publishing where I was honored to work alongside elite designers, editors, and writers as an art/editorial production assistant. Throughout my career, I have worked with companies and clients across a number of industries, including fashion, entertaining, travel, interior design, health and beauty, automotive, medical, and human services. My specialties include copywriting and copy editing, designing all manner of print and digital media, and generating marketing and social media campaigns. I'm also a chick singer in a rock and blues band, a potter, lover of dogs, an Oxford comma loyalist, and do not have an actual mustache (as reflected in my profile photo).

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Kamran Rosen

Writer and Futurist

I began my career in projection as a data analyst for the NerdWallet mortgage team—using U.S. Census Bureau data on income, working age population, and housing permits to create insights on homebuying trends. I later transitioned to a role at The Hustle—a San Francisco based newsletter with 400k readers that covered all things startup and business. This led to writing positions at the Morning Brew, The Motley Fool, Business Insider, Forbes, LifeHacker and copywriting for several brands. Through my experience I've developed an expertise in predicting future societal behavior, stemming from advancements in micro-transactions and digital simulations. I've covered the future of simulated sports, cryptocurrency in real estate, and shifting paradigms in the worlds of education and retail. I enjoy opportunities to indulge my love of the basketball and politics in my writing, and the occasional Haiku on the subway. My Podcast: https://www.letstalkaboutrace.net/ My YouTube Series: https://www.youtube.com/c/basement_dwellers


Kathy Hunt

Writer, journalist, editor

I am an East Coast-based journalist, online content writer and editor, nonfiction author and photographer experienced in the fields of STEM, healthcare, environmental issues, culinary arts, travel and education. My nationally syndicated features have run in such newspapers as The Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and Baltimore Sun and online at MSN, Yahoo and Reuters. I have covered food, travel and sustainable living for such print magazines as VegNews, BackHome, and Town and Country Living. I am the author of two nonfiction books, "Fish Market" (Running Press, 2013) and "Herring: A Global History" (Reaktion Books, 2017). Additionally, I have served as a contributing writer to two other nonfiction books, "Entertaining from Ancient Rome to the Superbowl" (Greenwood, 2008) and "Start Your Own Microbrewery, Distillery, or Cidery" (Entrepreneur Media, 2015). Adept at covering a range of topics, I write long-form STEM articles for Standardization News, the digital and print magazine of the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) International. In 2019 I authored the first and tenth most read articles in the magazine. I also create and edit newsletters, press releases, online content and marketing materials in the fields of healthcare, education and social services. Furthermore, I manage social media campaigns and am versed in SEO, web analytics, content management and AP, AMA and Chicago style guides. My clients include nonprofit agencies, digital media companies, higher education, start-ups and a Fortune 100 company. Skilled at digital and 35mm photography and the photo editors Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Gimp, I supply the images for my articles as well as for the stock photo company Shutterstock. Along with being an ardent and skilled writer, I am an eager traveler. To date, I have independently journeyed through 51 countries and six continents, collecting and working on story ideas wherever I roam. Equally passionate about education, I am an alumnus of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and hold two Master of Science degrees. When I'm not working or exploring the world, I volunteer at an after-school art program and mentor young writers and photographers. For further information about me and my work, please contact me at [email protected]


Rachel Veronesi

Strategic Communications & Public Relations Graduate Candidate | Compassionate Polymath

Progressive and innovative Communications Specialist with broad experience in community outreach, strategic communications and relationship building, promoting brand awareness, and implementation of operational and business initiatives. Consistently delivering a calculated approach to carefully examine data and make tactical, cost effective improvements to public relations programs. Demonstrating a comprehensive background in many facets of marketing including print, digital, on-air, e-newsletters, and social media campaigns. Proven track record of meeting and exceeding established goals on time and within budget, while maintaining the highest level of poise and professionalism. • Bringing exhaustive applicable education with a Master of Science in Strategic Communications Management and Public Relations. • Responsive communicator with strong interpersonal skills, developing effective collaborative alliances with management, clients, colleagues, and other stakeholders, in both traditional and remote environments. Strategic Communication & Collaboration | Community Outreach | Teaching & Training | Market Research | Public Relations | Analytical Problem Solving | Customer Service | Highly Organized | Analysis & Reporting | Written & Verbal Communication | Corporate Branding | Remote & Virtual | Technology Savvy

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JJ Regan

Sports journalist

I am an experienced sports journalist with a demonstrated history of generating engaging content in a major market. I have covered a variety of sports and events over my career, but am currently cover the Washington Capitals as a beat writer for NBC Sports Washington. I have been a member of the Pro Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) since 2016. Please don't hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions or (especially) if you want to talk sports.


Lee Hedgepeth

Writer, Reporter, & Storyteller

Lee Hedgepeth is a graduate research & teaching assistant at the Tulane University of Louisiana, where he is a Ph.D. student studying political development. Lee earned an M.A. in political development from Tulane University in 2020 and an M.A. in community journalism from the University of Alabama in 2018. His earned his B.A. in Political Science from the University of South Alabama in 2017. He has worked for various news organizations, including most recently for The Anniston Star. He also worked at Inside Alabama Politics and Alabama Political Reporter, for which he covered the state legislature full time in 2014. Lee also wrote Montgomery Minute, a state politics column in Lagniappe, Mobile, Alabama's local newspaper. Lee's reporting has been cited by The New York Times, PBS Newshour, CBS, the Washington Examiner, and other respected outlets.


Amelia Townsend

Accomplished Communications Professional

Using strategic communications and verifiable data to drive business goals and support revenue by building relationships, increasing positive brand awareness, and developing people. Accomplished writer, editor and presenter. Former journalist and video producer

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Lee Anna McGuire

Creative Content Manager at Lewis Communications

After graduating from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a Journalism degree, I decided to follow an unconventional path and write music instead of news. I was lucky enough to nab a licensing deal, and not long after, a publishing and artist contract with a small label in Nashville. In the meantime, I was freelancing, writing social copy and blogs, and side-hustling my little heart out. The stereotype of a “broke musician” exists for a reason. I was fortunate to end up with songs placed in TV movies, commercials, and trailers in the U.S. and internationally. And although I continue to write, perform, and produce my own music for fun, I’ve bookmarked that chapter of my life, for now. For me, creativity has always about connecting with people. Whether it was in a song, a blog, or a headline, or a video, the goal is always the same – understand the person you’re talking to and speak their language. Empathy is king. In 2014, I leaped into the e-commerce world, and soon, I was fully immersed in digital marketing and persuasive copywriting. In search of more topical diversity, I moved on from e-commerce into advertising where I snagged a position writing content and copy for Lewis Communications. That’s where I am now, as a Creative Content Manager. My role is a hybrid of creative content direction, concepting for videos, blogs, and social campaigns, developing an overall content marketing strategy based on performance metrics. And from time to time, I handle some proofing and editing to help keep junior writers on brand. With every blog I write, I work closely work the designer to concept the images that will elevate the content. In videos, I write the concept, the script, and I handle the interviews. Then I work closely with the editor to fine-tune the final product. On social, I work mostly in concepting and strategy that works together with the overall content strategy. I also proof junior writers copy to keep social on brand. And in case you are wondering, I do not have a stance on the Oxford comma. I am Switzerland. Whatever the client says, goes.


Ken Gagne

Digital content developer

I am a writer, editor, and podcast on the subjects of IT, electronic entertainment, and diversity. In addition to being a freelance writer for Computerworld and the editor of Juiced.GS magazine, I also host YouTube channel Gamebits and the podcasts Polygamer and Transporter Lock.