United States Journalists

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Dana Nichols

Copy Writer/Editorial Writer with a Focus on Lifestyle, Travel, Hospitality, Architecture, and Design

Hello! I'm a professional copy writer/editorial writer who writes web content, marketing copy, magazine articles, press releases, catalog copy and guidebook content. I work with artists, entrepreneurs, designers, architects, art galleries, realtors, tourism bureaus and hospitality companies. I'm a native of Los Angeles. Please check out these reviews and samples of my work: **** "Dana is one of the most talented writers I have had the pleasure of working with. She listens quietly and carefully to a writing assignment, goes away, performs magic and delivers beautifully written copy not only on target, but in a voice that draws the reader in." --G. Zinno-Cannon "Working with you has been a delight. You are always so organized, decisive, and professional to work with." --H. Lentini "Thank you for seizing the reins so effectively and making this company shine." --C. Anderson "Thank you again for all the work you have done for us." -- V. Pedroza "An A-Class editor." --R. Miles **** E-mail: dananichols8 at gmail dot com


Mercedes Holmes


Professional writer creating thought-provoking written material optimized for the web. A degree in Biology, and over two decades of veterinary medical experience have honed my ability to translate the jargon-heavy research found in scientific and legal journals into the type of real-world concepts that inform and motivate the casual reader. I have found plenty of opportunities to put my early education and career experience to new practical use crafting case studies for hospitals and pharmaceutical companies, educational blog posts for law firms, and long-form articles for website owners. Today, my role as the in-house copywriter and marketer for a large design agency, and its multiple sister companies, keeps me busy crafting the content and marketing campaign copy for distinct brands.


Sara Capozzi

Communications Specialist and Writer

With more than a decade of experience writing for a variety of mediums, including newspapers, trade journals, marketing materials and web copy, I adapt to any writing style or topic quickly. My work in journalism, corporate communications and nonprofit organizations has given me the chance to write everything from articles on police news to in-depth features. I’ve crafted press releases to publicize both nonprofit fundraising events, the results of complex medical studies and many topics in between. I'm comfortable writing about just about any topic, with specific experience in health care, insurance, education, local government and the hospitality industry. I excel at taking complex information, breaking it down and creating engaging and accessible content. Specialties: - News and feature articles - Proofreading and editing - Marketing collateral - Email marketing/newsletters - Website content creation - Press releases


Mark Peters

Freelance Writer

Mark Peters is a freelance journalist, copywriter, author, and namer living in Chicago. He authored Bullshit: A Lexicon—a handy guide to identifying and calling BS in all its many forms—and has regularly contributed to The Boston Globe, McSweeney’s, and Visual Thesaurus. Over the last 20 years, Mark has written in various genres, including: — Academic articles for American Speech — Book reviews for Publisher’s Weekly — Interviews for The Comics Journal and Salon — Gift copy for Blue Q — Trivia and humor calendars for Sellers Publishing — Ghost-written articles and white papers for Tableau Software Mark has also published articles in Bark, Chicago Magazine, Chicago Reader, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Columbia Journalism Review, Cracked, Esquire, Funny Times, History Magazine, Jack Kirby Collector, Mental Floss, Nerve, New Scientist, Psychology Today, Slate, The Writer, and Writer’s Digest. At SAP, Mark put his lexical knowledge to use, spending five years as a naming consultant and project manager. He has a PhD in English from the University of Buffalo and is a Second City Writing Program graduate. In his free time he likes to devour graphic novels and hunt for the best grilled/fried/whatever chicken in Chicago. Let him know if he can write or name something for you.


Amber Valois

Content Writer / Copy Writer & Editor; Marketing Associate

Professional writer with experience in copywriting, copy editing, ghostwriting, content marketing, blog writing, and playwriting. Innovative thinker and insightful decision-maker with a collaborative working style. She has a B.A. in English: Technical Communications with a Minor in Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida. She has an A.S. in Entertainment Design and Technology with a specialization in Production Design and an A.A. in Dramatical Arts from Valencia College. She is currently the marketing manager of Orlando Dinner Entertainment Inc. in which she provides organic content for all four immersive dining experiences. You can contact me at the following channels below.


Brendan Kennedy

Award winning PR director specializing in Cannabis, Higher Education, Legal Services, Non-profits and Telecommunications

With over a decade in communications and public relations, I'm passionate about solving clients' media challenges. I thrive on crafting creative solutions, working collaboratively, and getting to know clients to help them tell their stories. Honored with awards from multiple PRSA chapters in New York State, I bring a proven track record of delivering award-winning content and strategies across diverse industries such as higher education, legal services, cannabis, and IT. Let's connect and explore how I can bring your narrative to life.

Sherri Huleatt

Copywriter & Account Director

I'm an energetic Marketing/Account Director who's passionate about copywriting, digital marketing, and brand storytelling. I have hands-on experience with everything from consumer research, to cross-channel campaigns, to navigating diverse stakeholder groups, and beyond. I love collaborating with awesome people to make creative ideas happen.


Max Silver

Artist, Writer, Creator

Max Silver (he/they) is a Bay Area artist, writer, and multi-faceted creator with an education background in Art at University California Santa Cruz. He is currently working on an independent sci-fi series titled "Adventures In Calthumbria," which involves world-building, illustrating, animating, publishing a book, and producing a podcast series to be made into a tv show and interactive video game. This project so far involves writing screenplays for each 20-30 minute podcast episode, working with a typesetter to format the book, painting watercolor and digital illustrations, social media marketing, managing subscriber emails, and working with a talented team of voice actors, musicians, sound-producers, and animators. As a freelancer, Max writes journalism for Broke Ass Stuart, a news-distributor in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as Los Angeles and New York. He also has professional experience writing fiction for a remote contractor: Max wrote for a crime fiction website called 50characters.com. The company hired multiple writers for different episodes linked together. This entails closely following the contractor's instructions for what they wanted to occur in the episode, filling in the blanks with fun and original content, and copying the written style of the preceding episode to keep a consistent flow and format throughout the series.


William Brian Stone

Award-Winning Writer

William Brian Stone is a seasoned writer, having worked for both online and print publications covering a variety of subjects ranging from sports to news to technology.

Griselle Marino

Multi-Emmy-award-winning journalist and public affairs professional serving the Office of Community Advocacy advisory boards and Goodwill Ambassadors Program.

Griselle Marino is a highly accomplished journalist and communications expert recognized for her outstanding achievements and dedication in multiple industries. She is a distinguished alumna of Florida International University (FIU), recently inducted to its School of Communication and Journalism Hall of Fame. Her remarkable career spans across journalism, communications, public affairs, aviation, and real estate garnering accolades and making significant impact. She is a multi-Emmy award-winning journalist, who serves as the Communications and Media Director for the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioner's Office of Community Advocacy, which houses 12 advisory boards representative of Miami-Dade County's diverse population and the Goodwill Ambassadors Program. Her journey began after high school with an 11-year tenure in the airline industry at Miami International Airport (MIA) including roles at Pan American Airways assisting VIPs through Immigrations and Customs, and as an International Concierge at United Airlines Red Carpet Club. These particular experiences honed her customer service skills and understanding of delivering exceptional experiences to discerning clientele. Marino's involvement in the aviation industry and curiosity for languages have contributed to her success. Fluent in English and Spanish, with working knowledge of French and Portuguese, she displays the ability to connect with diverse individuals and navigate various cultural contexts, amplifying her capacity to engage with a wide range of audiences. Transitioning to journalism, Marino's impactful reporting earned her two Emmy awards and five Emmy nominations. She interviewed prominent leaders, including His Serene Highness Albert II, Sovereign Prince of Monaco; late Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev; former Costa Rican President Oscar Arias; late Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa; 16th Surgeon General of the United States David Satcher, and numerous other local, state, and national elected officials. She covered significant events such as the Miami angle of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the 2000 presidential election, and the Elian Gonzalez legal saga. While working as a weekend news anchor and weekday reporter, she covered the end-of-life legal debate of the case of Terri Schiavo, the death of Pope John Paul II, the disappearance and murders of Jessica Lunsford and Natalie Holloway, and obtained a one-on-one interview with Lord Charles Spencer, brother of the late Princess Diana. Education has been a cornerstone of Marino's journey. She attended Miami Dade College, earning an associate in arts in Business Administration, and pursued her Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications with a minor in English at FIU where she contributed as a staff writer for "The Beacon," the university's official newspaper. Marino's quest for knowledge extended to legal studies at FIU's College of Law, completing two years (43 credits) and gaining valuable experience as a paralegal at the office of renowned criminal defense trial attorney Roy Black. This legal background deepened her understanding of terminology used in newsrooms and in legislative agenda items. Since 2004, Marino has served Miami-Dade County in various public affairs positions, positively impacting the county's communications efforts and initiatives. Her work experience includes roles as the Director of Media for Chairman Jean Monestime and Assistant Director of Media under Chairman Dennis C. Moss and Chairman Bruno A. Barreiro. She also served as Public Affairs Manager at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department and the Office of Emergency Management. Her first County position was as a Public Affairs Officer at Miami-Dade Aviation Department covering MÍA and five general aviation airports. During that time, she assisted the Protocol Division with diplomatic arrivals and special events held at the airport. Marino obtained federal and state government clearance. Marino's contributions have been recognized in various capacities. She has been invited to several Florida Supreme Court media seminars and served as a panelist, providing expertise in debating controversial legal issues. She was honored by former U.S. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen for her journalistic efforts in reuniting a Hispanic local mother with her two daughters who were abducted to Syria, furthering highlighting her commendable endeavors that resonated both nationally and internationally. Marino first served as an Emmy judge for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in 2005; she was one of 18 judges from across the country scoring entries submitted for consideration in the Lone Star Emmy Awards. Five years later, the Latino Leaders Network, a Washington D.C. organization, named Marino a "Media Latino Leader." In 2011, Marino became a member of the Regional Domestic Security Task Force. She travelled to the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA)’s Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Maryland, to receive specialized training on the Joint Information Center structure and the National Incident Management System, which provides a nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work collaboratively during domestic incidents. Marino has received public information training on weapons of mass destruction/terrorist incidents and military base and port community resiliency initiatives. While at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, she represented the Office of Emergency Management at Turkey Point’s FEMA evaluated and non-evaluated emergency response training exercises. She also served as a member of the following organizations: International Association of Emergency Managers, National Information Officers Association, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors Association, Public Relations Society of America, and National Association of Television Arts and Sciences. In 2017, she received a distinction from her Alma Mater Florida International University and an appointment from FEMA as a Media Relations Reservist in the External Affairs cadre. In 2020, she received the prestigious "In the Company of Women" award for communications and literature, and in 2021, she was celebrated during National Volunteer's Week for her leadership and commitment to initiatives such as the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign from the American Cancer Society of South Florida. That year, she was also appointed to the Dean's Advisory Board of Florida International University's School of Communication and Journalism, further showcasing her expertise and reputation in the field. Additionally, she joined a diverse group of professionals engaged in creating global awareness for the prevention of crimes through the Global Innovative Foundation (GIF), a 501c3 organization. GIF is committed to empowering the lives of victims and survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and gun violence through support, education, service, and scholarships. Beyond her many professional achievements, she is extremely grateful for the solid support of her parents, family, mentors, and friends who have been instrumental throughout her career goals. Her two adult sons serve as constant sources of inspiration and motivation, bringing her the greatest pride and joy. With a multifaceted career acting as a global ambassador, Griselle Marino continues to leave an indelible mark in her respective fields as a testament to her unwavering commitment to excellence and exceptional talent. From her induction into the FIU Hall of Fame and her Emmy awards to her multiple accolades, Marino's accomplishments reflect her remarkable contributions and her ability to make a lasting impact. Her dedication to community advocacy, her multicultural experiences, linguistic versatility, and her lifelong pursuit of knowledge continue to shape her thriving career.