Partha is into digital marketing since the last 3 years and has worked on multiple projects across various industries. An Computer Science engineer by education, he has prior experience in software development. His other interests include playing cricket & Hockey.
Reporter @chicagotribune. Formerly @theaterloop.
Dave Ress covers state and regional issues for the Daily Press. He started off in journalism as a stringer for the Christian Science Monitor while a student in Montreal a very long time ago and was a correspondent for Reuters in Montreal, London and Nairobi before getting sense enough to settle in Virginia. Dave is the author of The Burundi Ethnic Massacres: 1988 and Gov. Edward Coles and the Vote to Forbid Slavery in Illinois and is far too interested in history, economics and politics for his own good.
Forty years covering the best, worst, funnest and tragic in the Greater Nashua area.
Managing editor at Atlanta Business Chronicle.
I am the founder of Everything’s Not Ok and That’s Ok, LLC, a Millennial career coaching and leadership development company for both organizations and individuals. I earned an MEd in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education, am a certified Gallup Strengths Coach, and am certified in the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers Briggs Type Indicator. In addition, I worked for over a decade in higher education at institutions such as The Wharton School and Penn State University. During my higher education experience, I noticed a disconnect between what was taught in school and productively applied in the workplace and created the business to help bridge the gap between generations. I am passionate about enhancing teamwork, communication and interpersonal skills and helping others to set and achieve their professional goals by using their strengths.
Luke Michael is a journalist at Pro Bono News covering the social sector.
Former editor Pro Bono Australia News (2000-2017). Broadcast journalist with ABC (1977-1985) Seven Network (1985-1997) Lina Caneva Medi
A recent graduate from Harvard College with a degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy, I am looking to use my knowledge of and passion for energy and sustainability to write about innovators in those fields. Having spent the last four years covering Cambridge for The Harvard Crimson, I have a soft spot for Boston-area startups. I hail from suburban western Massachusetts but have a love for metropolitan life. I previously wrote for Money, The New London Day, and The Hartford Courant.
Tamara Browning is a columnist and staff writer for The State Journal-Register.
I'm a health reporter at Connecticut Public Radio/WNPR, and formerly the health care reporter at The Press of Atlantic City.
Byron Dobson is a community issues reporter at the Tallahassee Democrat and a member of the Democrat’s editorial board where he writes a Sunday column. Dobson has been at the Democrat for 24 years where he has worked as night city editor, city editor, assignments editor and metro editor before joining the Editorial Board in August 2010. Before joining the Democrat, he worked as a reporter, assistant city editor and city editor at the Boca Raton New, a former Knight-Ridder-owned daily newspaper in Boca Raton, Florida. He is a 1979 graduate in communications at Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland. Additional educational experience includes a fellowship at the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education and appointments to the American Press Institute. He is married and lives in Tallahassee. Interests include music, art, community projects.
Breaking news reporter for the Intelligencer and Bucks County Courier Times.
Nancy Dahlberg is a Miami Herald business writer and editor with a passion for entrepreneurship and what makes entrepreneurs tick. She also coordinates the Miami Herald Business Plan Challenge, an annual contest for entrepreneurs in South Florida.
Angela Christoforos joined News 4 as a multimedia journalist in March 2016. She joins the team from Time Warner Cable News Buffalo, where she facilitated newsroom coverage of Niagara County as a reporter in the Niagara Falls bureau. Prior to moving to Western New York, Angela was a morning anchor and reporter at WAGM-TV in Presque Isle, Maine. She left her mark there as an advocate for autism awareness, through a 5-part series that won an award from the Maine Association of Broadcasters.
JoAnn Merrigan brings over 20 years reporting experience to her coverage of consumer issues for WSAV. Beginning her career in Iowa, she interviewed a long list of presidential candidates who crisscrossed that state as they participated in the now famous Iowa caucuses. In addition, she covered the governor’s office and issues involving the Iowa legislature along with education and local agriculture news. She also won an award for best feature reporting.
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