United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 812 United States journalists listed.

Jessika Morgan

Writer and Editor

I am an experienced writer, editor and storyteller. My professional career began in journalism as a reporter and editor in sports, and my years-long exposure in print ranges from directing coverage for a daily sports department to owning a major beat for a national outlet. Transitioning into marketing allowed me to nurture other skills, such as copywriting, content strategy and managing marketing campaigns. My experience in marketing has been an extension of the storytelling capabilities I developed as a professional journalist. After turning in my reporter's notebook, I also started a website dedicated to stories about Black motherhood. I created and now manage an online publishing platform that houses news, features, commentary and more.


Thomas Schueneman

Freelance Writer and Environmental Journalist

Telling a Human Story from an Environmental Perspective Writing on environmental, social, and economic issues. Corporate communications and international reporting. Publishing in TriplePundit, Medium, 3BL Media, Slate. Founder of TDS Environmental Media and the PlanetWatch Group. Member of the Society of Environmental Journalists and Pacific Media Workers Guild


Reem Abdellatif

Writer & Communications Consultant

Reem Abdellatif is a writer, editor, and former foreign correspondent with over 10 years of experience living and working across MENA and the Gulf Cooperation Council. She has travelled across places like Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Riyadh, and Doha, where she moderated and hosted panels on AI, E-commerce, and women working in male-dominated industries, such as the oil & gas sectors. She has also exposed and written about various forms of corruption and institutionalized abuse against women in MENA countries, including Egypt, UAE, and Saudi Arabia. As a GBV Survivor Advocate, Reem believes that intersectional feminism offers a lens through which we can better understand and interact with the world around us. That's why her work has brought women and minority issues to public policy agendas. Her work focuses on geopolitics, economics, as well as sexual violence in Egypt and the African continent. Having lived in Egypt for seven years, Reem has had the opportunity to cover Egypt's pre- and post-uprising era from 2010-2014. Reem has also lived in the UAE & Saudi Arabia for nearly five years from 2015-2019. This has given her the opportunity to become immersed in the GCC as the region underwent unprecedented social and economic transformation. Reem's bylines and interviews have appeared in Goethe Institut, WSJ, LA Times, i24NEWS, Haaretz, Libération, CNBC, and others. Reem is also a founding member of the African Women Rights Advocates (AWRA) movement. She is also Co-Director, Head of Branding & Content, and Chief Communications Consultant at AWRA, an NGO that she registered and incorporated in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Reem is Egyptian-American, and speaks English and Arabic fluently.


Peter Vaughn Pischke

Health/Disability/Games Reporter; Disabled Otaku, Host of the Happy Warrior Substack & Podcast

My name is Peter Pischke, You may have seen my work covering the opioid crisis or read my report on Resident Evil. I am an independent journalist focused on health & disability issues; as well as entertainment and gaming. My main beat is the opioid crisis. Other topics I frequently write about include nerd culture, film, politics, and journalism ethics. I've appeared on many top podcasts, radio, and television programs. Dennis Prager, Bill O'Reilly, the popular Ayn Rand Centre UK podcast, and the Smithsonian's Old Not Better podcast, which reaches over 200,000 people each week. I've appeared on Newsmax, Ari Hoffman, the Saving Elephants podcast, and more. I aim to always be a creative writer and reporter with a proven history of impactful pieces centered on hard-hitting issues as well as lighthearted nerd topics. A strong communicator possessing a wide network of contacts. A dedicated investigator and researcher experienced in putting months into impactful pieces. My passion is for great journalism, and leaving my audience more entertained and enlightened than before they encountered my work.


Joy Kennelly aka The Joy Writer

Copywriter, Journalist, Content Creator

I'm a published journalist writing as Joy Kennelly aka The Joy Writer. I have over eight years experience writing for a variety of newspapers, magazines, individuals and companies, including communication media, online Web content, sales/promotional work, scripts, tour guides, website copy and editorial content. My focus is hospitality, tourism, technology, entertainment and fashion.

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Elizabeth Sander

Journalist, Recent Grad

I'm a recent graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism and journalist with 3 years experience including print, digital, audio and photo. I seek to take an investigative approach to each story I write, whether it's 800 words or an investigative project, using data and public records to build my case. In other words, I leave no stone unturned. My bylines include Observer Media, Her Campus, Horse Illustrated, I Love The Upper West Side Blog, The Midtown Gazette, BostonChefs.com and The Tufts Daily. I specialize in local news, education, business and culture. Currently, I'm a National Writer for Her Campus, where I write content across all verticals including breaking news, mental health and relationships. Occasionally I’ll dabble in the creative sphere, publishing personal essays and (just a smidge of) poetry. Contact: [email protected]

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Heather Morgan

Freelance Writer

I provide thoughtfully crafted, entertaining content that will connect you with your audience. Through writing that reflects your tone and personality, I'll maintain your brand integrity. Readability and SEO strategies are important to me. I always offer edits to ensure you are 100% satisfied with the product. I've written hundreds of presentations, procedure manuals, and professional documents over my 22-year military career. Since then I've written for volunteer organizations and am a regular contributor to Medium. I look forward to exceeding your expectations!


Suzanne Lorge

Journalist

Suzanne's areas of specialization as a freelance writer are music, culture, and business. Her work has been published by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Huffington Post, Washington Times, Institutional Investor magazine, and various trades. In addition to staff positions at two magazines (Institutional Investor and Insight at The Washington Times), Suzanne has held editorial or writing positions at several prominent financial institutions, among them The Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Morgan Stanley. Suzanne contributes features and reviews to Downbeat magazine, Jazziz magazine, and The New York City Jazz Record, where she has served as the VoxNews columnist for 14 years. Other recent clients include the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Classical Singer magazine, United Nations Population Fund, and World Goodwill @ the UN.


Brittany Glenn

Writer, Editor and Content Marketer

Seasoned storyteller, editor and content manager with 20 years of experience serving in communication, marketing and editorial positions as well as writing for both B2B and B2C channels. As a freelancer, Glenn wrote 500+ feature articles, blog posts, profiles and other types of content; interviewed countless sources, from CEOs to celebrities; and researched topics in multiple fields, including technology, financial services, business and legal. Knowledge of digital marketing strategies, including SEO, email marketing and web analytics. Supervisory and team leadership experience.

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Nikki Haslett

Multimedia Journalist, Editor, Writer

Hello! My name is Nikki Haslett and I'm a recent first-generation honors graduate from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. While obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in English writing and a minor in journalism, I have taken on a variety of thoughtful, interesting, and engaging topics during my college career; I was the first staff member to write on WCU's decision to move to remote instruction during the initial COVID-19 lockdown, interviewed local clothing sellers for a fashion magazine I created in my journalism practicum, and reported on the possible threats to Roe v. Wade and reproductive healthcare resources under SCOTUS Justice Amy Coney Barrett. Aside from my experience in copyediting, research and news writing under ethical standards, I've worked with multimedia tools to tell stories in other ways, such as Photoshop, InDesign, Adobe Audition, Canva and Premiere. As a result, I gained both in-person and digital newsroom experience, having published 30+ articles under Her Campus and The Quad Student News Service. In 2020, I was nominated for the Keystone Press Award for an article I co-wrote, titled “Local Universities Face Mass Faculty Layoffs,” and received public recognition by the senior editors and executive board of Her Campus at West Chester for my piece on the Farmers' Protest in New Delhi. I am currently seeking editorial opportunities for digital/print publications. Feel free to email or message me and thank you for taking a chance to read my work!

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