United States Journalists

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Brieanna Casey

GT ELAR Teacher & Freelance Writer and Editor

My two passions in life are writing and teaching, and I've always found a home where they intersect. I'm currently a Gifted/Talented English teacher and part-time freelance writer and editor based in Dallas, specializing in journalistic, academic, and creative writing.  My BA and MA degrees in English focused on language, literature, and education. My 10 years' experience working in primary, secondary, and higher education roles informs and impassions my writing projects relating to education, technology, health/wellness, lifestyle/entertainment, and local reporting. An overview of publications are as follows: reporter and copyeditor for TWU's student newspaper, The Lasso; contributing writer for the Denton Record-Chronicle, Argyle Living, Lantana Living; blogger for The Tutoring Center; and ghostwriter for HealthMarkets.com, GardeningChannel.com, Relieved.com, and Shareably.com. I'm currently available for hire, and look forward to collaborating with you on your next writing project.

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Clarence Reynolds

Communications Leader

Clarence Reynolds has built a career as an award-winning journalist, writer, and communications professional. He has excelled at broadcast production, on-air hosting, and senior communications. Clarence has served as Communications and/or Editorial Director for three associations and has worked as a News Anchor at NBC Atlanta and FOX Indianapolis. Clarence is currently a reporter, creating thoughtful content about the present and future impact of technological advances on society.

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Jill Salter

Nonprofit Marketing and Development Writer/Editor

EXPERIENCE: I am a versatile nonprofit professional, with 20+ years of experience in marketing and development communications, prospect research, donor stewardship, board relations, and recognition programs. At UJA-Federation, I was a writer in the Major Gifts department and more recently, I served as Associate Director of Philanthropy Operations at the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation. To date, I have worked with more than 50 nonprofits through Catchafire, which pairs skilled volunteers with organizations in need of consultants' expertise. Among my offerings are: * Appeals * Articles * Blog posts * Brochures * Flyers * Letters of Inquiry * Newsletters * One-page fact sheets * Press releases * Proposals * Stories * Thank-you letters * Website copy I am also skilled in grant and prospect research. A SAMPLING OF NONPROFIT CLIENTS (pro bono and fee-based): • Bay Area Women’s Center • Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts • CBR Kids Foundation • Exceptional Care for Children • Emergency Legal Responders • Friends of Saratoga Springs Public Library • Goodwill of No. New England • Hospital Hospitality House of Saginaw • Infinity Visual & Performing Arts • Kaizen Food Rescue • Meals on Wheels Orange County • Media Projects Inc. • Powering Potential Inc. • Wild Response • Wonder Connection TESTIMONIALS: “Jill is amazing! She helped me write content for a one-pager to help promote our organization. Then, I reached back out to her a few months later and she helped me finalize a big ask letter for a donation. She's full of knowledge and so great to work with. I highly recommend her skills and experience!” -- Jamie L. King, Executive Director, Hospital Hospitality House of Saginaw “Jill is an outstanding professional in development, fundraising and marketing. I had the pleasure of working with her for over a year. She helped Media Projects Inc. launch a major outreach campaign to multiple markets for IN HER SHOES, a film that puts a human face on women in the criminal justice system. Jill researched meticulously, found the right contacts and crafted a number of effective emails. She never stopped thinking creatively in finding new organizations and new contacts. She is an excellent writer, researcher and strategist who is constantly reading and researching. She also crafted effective letters for our annual fundraising campaign. Jill truly cares about the organizations she works with and still stays in touch with us sending us ideas and suggestions for contacts. I highly recommend Jill Salter if you want to succeed and work with the ultimate professional.” -- Cynthia Salzman Mondell, Documentary Filmmaker and Director at Media Projects Inc. “Jill is a consummate professional with meticulous attention to detail. She is a first-rate writer and she cares deeply about her work. She comes to every meeting well-prepared. She takes the time to listen to my requirements and she asks intelligent questions. Jill has vast experience in the non-profit world and she offers excellent advice in many areas. I highly recommend her.” -- Janice Lathen, Entrepreneur, Founder of Powering Potential Inc. CONTACT Please message me on LinkedIn [https://www.linkedin.com/in/jill-salter/] or e-mail me at [email protected]. Please view my portfolio below.

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Elizabeth Rosen

Strategic Communications & Media Relations Professional

Media relations; executive communications; democracy & human rights; political organizing; public diplomacy; media monitoring & analysis; event management Speechwriting & ghostwriting: Please contact directly for samples. EN/FR/ES

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Mary (Kooiker) Cook Geivett

Freelance Writer

I am a dynamic, enthusiastic professional with a positive attitude, a drive for success, and broad experience in multiple environments providing customer service, sales, administrative support, and leadership. I have a creative approach to problem-solving, total commitment to superior service, and skill at multi-tasking in a fast-paced, high-pressure setting. I am self-motivated, with the ability to readjust focus as priorities change and a demonstrated talent for meeting or exceeding established operational goals, solid communication, and relationship-building skills.


Paulina Rodriguez

Journalist

I'm a senior at Barnard College, majoring in American Studies and Human Rights. I'm pursuing a career in journalism, with a particular interest in magazine writing and long-form narrative journalism. My writing covers a variety of topics, most commonly arts and culture, labor rights, literary criticism, and person of interest profiles. I currently serve as the News Editor at Bwog, one of Columbia University's largest student news organizations, and as an editor at the Columbia Journal of Literary Criticism. I have also published work in San Antonio Magazine and Texas Monthly.

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Megan Rosa

Digital Content Writer with expertise in SEO

I'm a young professional passionate about the written word. That passion led me to stumble into the world of SEO and I began my career working on outreach campaigns for some of the world's top brands through building relationships with online influencers. I have also had experience contributing to SEO, reputation management and more for the Northeast's largest furniture retailer. I am always open to learning new skills in the digital media world and finding creative ways to provide meaningful content to the consumer and Google. Please feel free to contact me regarding freelance or full time opportunities at [email protected].

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Yana Mulder

Journalism Journey Journal

Yana Mulder is a highly skilled journalist with a robust background in television. Mulder holds a master's degree in Journalism from Columbia University. Additionally, she is a native Russian speaker and boasts experience as a news reporter and podcast host in Russia, proving she can handle both borscht and breaking news with equal finesse.


Sue Lisk

Freelance Writer

I am a freelance writer and a communications professional employed by AFP. I enjoy discovering and sharing unusual connections and angles through my writing.

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Darby Mae Wagner

Creative Strategist | Curator of Experiences

Darby is a NY-based creative and hospitality professional with a successful track record of translating abstract ideas into cogent and original content, concepts and events. She also moonlights as a writer, poet and curator of experiences, the latter via her project, GNOSES. Having worked in various industries, as a freelance as well as an employee on domestic and global teams, her diverse professional experiences continue to lend to her industrious, highly adaptable and detail-oriented work ethic. From various food and beverage establishments to small creative agencies, public education to performing arts, and more, Darby's undergraduate studies in Arts Management and French have grown exponentially beyond their spheres, bringing a unique perspective to the table not often found. Knowing brevity as well as detail, she writes to share, to expose, to inspire and to inform. The art of persuasion is a language she speaks, too. As a copywriter and brand strategist, Darby assiduously tailors her clients' needs to a body of work that reflects them in a uniquely marketable fashion. Some previous examples include: the Starfish Taylor company blog; the France-based cultural webzine, Slow Culture, serving as a contributing editor; serving as Vinyl Wine's CD, from the rebrand and design of their website and social, to their wine club, Infinite Mixtape; assisting with the 2023 rebrand of SWURL Media and being a contributing writer; and most recently, serving as &Holiday's Director of Hospitality, where she led the branding, development and management of the brand's identity and content curation. With a strong belief and penchant for building off of a previous experiences, Darby intends to continue combining her skills, experiences, and passions (in food and wine; community and education; and with music and the arts) to become a trusted consultant for individuals, businesses and various organizations rooted in forward-thinking, anti-racist and environmentally-conscious initiatives. In May of 2021, Darby launched GNOSES [noh-siz], an exploratory and collaborative creative studio and roving 'arthaus'. The following month, the first event - a multi-course dinner with an accompanying beverage pairing - took place on the rooftop of Sitopia, in Mexico City. The experience was designed in collaboration with chef Abigail Schmitt with the intention of amplifying the work of our partner, Queen Bee Honey, to whom all proceeds were donated. GNOSES draws its name and inspiration from various philosophical and empirical schools of thought and components, namely: gnosis, the Greek word for knowledge; the nose, a primary sense organ and portal to memory; and the 'metaphysical' and 'alchemical' experience as a whole. Darby describes GNOSES as "the 'hypgnostic' interplay between cultures at large, the human spirit and the natural world." Embodying the alchemical process, GNOSES is a liminal space of creation and destruction, of death and rebirth, one that traverses planes of reality and incorporeality, with an emphasis on the surreal. On a material level, GNOSES translates into bespoke artistic and epicurean experiences (and eventually, essays, poetry, mixes and interviews), that celebrate community, ancestral traditions, and local activism--all in their various forms. In partnership with The Autumn Salon since the spring of 2022, Darby has coproduced a variety of events in NYC at artist studios, personal residences, and most recently, at ArtX in the Meatpacking District, with more to come on the horizon.

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