Rising young print and Internet journalist in Maine awarded for continuing story on fishing regulations, investigation of property tax burden and education article. Recipient of $25,000 international research fellowship and author of four nationally syndicated articles.
Write four nationally syndicated stories at leading news agency. Author stories on Maine Medicaid guidelines cutting deadly painkiller prescriptions 27 percent, national minimum wage debate pitting cities against states, and mercury contamination in lobster.
Receive three awards from society of journalists for coverage of commercial fishing regulations, property tax investigation, and education article. Cover booming international black market for American Eels, as well as tax burden on Maine town caused by nonprofit organizations and national park system.
Investigate fishing practices in five countries on $25,000 fellowship awarded to 40 out of 1,000 applicants. Investigate use of prostitutes to lure foreign fishermen to San José, Costa Rica, as part of exotic experience abroad.
Teach grammar, diction, citation and essay construction. Tutor students on style, accuracy and time management.
Edit articles for AP Style and sensitive cultural differences at largest English-language newspaper in Turkey. Collaborate with Turkish translators, editors and reporters to write enterprise stories for expatriate readership.
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