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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Suddes, a member of the cleveland.com editorial board, writes from Ohio University.
I am a social entrepreneur with a key focus on renewable energy and sustainable development for remote, rural and island communities. I am the founder of Island Innovation (consulting agency), co-founder of Solar Head of State (NGO) and a regular contributor for Forbes.
Reporter for @newsobserver and @theherald_sun. UNC alum.
I'm a multimedia journalist based in Atlanta. Although I originally hail from the upper Midwest. I have a passion for creating impactful and memorable content that educates and enlightens the community. I've told stories from the farm fields of Wisconsin, the streets of Selma and the halls of the U.S. Capitol.
Tawnya co-anchors the KOAM Morning News beginning at 5am and also produces and anchors the KOAM News at Noon. Tawnya came to the Four States in the Fall of 2005 after working as weekend anchor at KRBC in Abilene, Texas, and as assignment editor & producer at KCTV in Kansas City. Tawnya earned her degrees in journalism and theatre & film from the University of Kansas at Lawrence. She also graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master of Arts in Communication from Pittsburg State University where she currently teaches as an Adjunct Lecturer.
Sean Lyngaas is CyberScoop’s Senior Reporter covering the Department of Homeland Security and Congress
Mara covers the Office of the Vice President and the House of Representatives for Rappler. She previously reported on the education and health sectors. During the 2016 elections, Mara trailed the presidential campaign of then-vice president Jejomar Binay
I write for numerous industries, including B2B and B2C, but I have extensive experience writing for the financial industry (mergers and acquisitions, bonds, taxes, corporate and distressed debt, equities, bankruptcy, municipal bonds, private equity and small private businesses), biotech, chemicals, energy (upstream, midstream, downstream and oilfield services), renewable energy, technology, pharmaceuticals, commodities (gold, silver, steel and aluminum), government, civic affairs and non-profit organizations
Pacific Business News Reporter covering money, retail, energy and tech
Founder/CEO @DigitalBarriers: Surveillance tech for defence, security & counter-terrorism. Cybersecurity @Forbes.
Dan Goodin is Security Editor at Ars Technica, where he oversees coverage of malware, computer espionage, botnets, and hardware hacking. A journalist with more than 15 years experience, he has been chronicling the exploits of white-hat, grey-hat and black-hat hackers since 2005 as a reporter for the Associated Press and later, The Register. He has a Bachelors Degree in English from the University of Massachusetts and a Masters of Journalism from UC Berkeley. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening, cooking, and following the independent music scene
Coley Girouard is a Principal working on AEE's Public Utility Commission Program and 21st Century Electricity System teams, where he is AEE's Western States regulatory team lead, particularly responsible for leading California, Colorado, and Nevada PUC efforts and engagement. He is Managing Editor of Docket Digest - a biweekly newsletter providing news and insight into the latest advanced energy dockets; the manager for a team of policy analysts updating PowerPortal - a one-stop shop for high-value information about each state's energy policies and key players; and provides research and analysis of key 21st century electricity system and PUC actions and trends
If it can be streamed, voice-activated, made better with an app, or beaten by mashing buttons, Tyler's into it. When he's not making the Internet a better place with the latest tech news, Tyler is working in the eco and investment world, writing fiction, or taking long walks on the treadmill
Former Valdosta Daily Times government reporter, University of Florida graduate and military brat
Larry Kusch didn’t know what he wanted to do with his life until he attended a high school newspaper editor’s workshop in Regina in the summer of 1969 and listened to a university student speak glowingly about the journalism program at Carleton University in Ottawa
News reporter at Reuters currently covering oil and gas majors and oil markets on Reuters' Energy Desk in London. I have covered the equities market in New York in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. Beforehand I worked as a diplomatic correspondent in Israel for AFP
Sarah is a longtime journalist who covers business, technology, sustainability, and the places they all meet. She has covered the workings of small-town government in New Hampshire, the doings of alleged swindlers and con men, and the minutiae of local food systems. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, the Boston Globe, TheAtlantic.com, Slate, and other publications. Sarah covers the state of Massachusetts
Power researcher @twittlesisHistory PhD. Occasionally write/repost at@jacobinmag@ZinnEdProject@truthout
Julio Franco is the Executive Editor and Founder of TechSpot. Julio taught himself the basics of computer hardware, 3D graphics and software development at an early age. That curiosity led him to build a website around those interests in the late 1990s, and eventually that personal project evolved into TechSpot. Thousands of articles and millions of readers later, TechSpot has been online for over two decades, and is considered to be one of the prime tech enthusiast resources on the web. Julio holds a Master's degree in Information Systems. He enjoys practicing a variety of sports including tennis, football and CrossFit. Topics outside of tech that constantly grab his attention include politics and architectural design
William writes for PV Magazine.
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