Leader, dreamer and catalyst for media, tech, arts, civic and social ventures. // Writer //
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Freelance Magazine Writer
1992 to 1994
1990 to 1992
Young American, America's Newspaper for Kids
October 1988 to August 1989
National Community Reinvestment Coalition
Chief Communications & Marketing Officer
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Board Member, World Editor's Forum
2005 to 2016
Tok Media International
2011 to 2013
GM (Online); Web Editor; Reporter, Columnist
1993 to 1998
Lawrence, Kansas Area
July 1988 to October 1988
Washington D.C. Metro Area
President & CEO
2006 to 2012
American Press Institute
June 2000 to September 2006
Indiana University School of Journalism
Visiting Associate Professor
1998 to 1999
Bloomington, Indiana Area
Independent writer specialized in environment, technology and human interest. Articles for The New York Times, Infoworld, Compuserve, Audubon, Harrowsmith Country Life, Reader's Digest. Independent writer specialized in environment, technology and human interest. Articles for The New York Times, Infoworld, Compuserve, Audubon, Harrowsmith Country Life, Reader's Digest.
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Journalist @ Freelance Magazine Writer Independent writer specialized in environment, technology and human interest. Articles for The New York Times, Infoworld, Compuserve, Audubon, Harrowsmith Country Life, Reader's Digest. From 1992 to 1994 (2 years) Newsman @ Associated Press Newspaper and broadcast editor and reporter, covered state legislature and governor, major political news, crime and features for state and national wire service; covered state corrections chief Michael Franke murder trial; curated and edited daily state wire feed for newspapers and broadcasters. From 1990 to 1992 (2 years) Portland, OregonStaff Writer @ Young American, America's Newspaper for Kids General assignment and entertainment writer for a weekly national news magazine for 8-12-year-olds, focused on current events, entertainment and music, distributed as an insert with Sunday newspapers like Parade magazine. From October 1988 to August 1989 (11 months) Portland, OregonChief Communications & Marketing Officer @ National Community Reinvestment Coalition Building a #JustEconomy. Taking on wage, wealth and opportunity inequality so more people can buy homes, build businesses and achieve financial security. Lead brand, communication, PR, publishing, marketing, IT and business development teams for a dynamic national policy and advocacy network. Washington D.C. Metro AreaBoard Member, World Editor's Forum @ WAN-IFRA Board member for international organization of senior news executives, focused on professional practices, threats and freedom of expression worldwide. From 2005 to 2016 (11 years) ParisCo-Founder, Advisor @ Tok Media International Helped define the first product, vision, business case, brand message, editorial workflow, value proposition and pilot partners for this conversation-driven digital media startup. Advised on numerous product and strategy issues, business development, market and opportunity analysis, enabled relationships with major media partners for pilot tests, product-market refinement; also designed / built corporate web site. From 2011 to 2013 (2 years) Jerusalem, IsraelGM (Online); Web Editor; Reporter, Columnist @ Lawrence Journal-World First as editor, then GM, led content and operations for nationally recognized hyperlocal news, college sports and community web sites. Established Lawrence.com, KUSports.com and The World Co. as one of the nation's most ambitious and admired hyperlocal online publishers. Earlier, covered healthcare, environment, tech, general assignments and other beats along with local and county politics and weekly slice of life column; shot photos; edited and designed health and travel sections. From 1993 to 1998 (5 years) Lawrence, Kansas AreaEditor @ Timber Press Edited manuscripts for leading publisher of horticulture and botany books. From July 1988 to October 1988 (4 months) Portland, OregonFounder @ We Media Business builder, conference curator, researcher, writer and principal creative catalyst at global innovation agency. Led impact investments in pattern-shifting media-tech-civic startups; and media, research, events, content, strategy and product / innovation consulting for publishers, startups, marketing, tech, arts, civic and social ventures worldwide. https://www.wemedia.com/studio/ Washington D.C. Metro AreaPresident & CEO @ iFOCOS Institute for the Connected SocietyLed research and educational think tank and NGO, programs, partnerships and collaboration with major media companies, universities, tech startups, entrepreneurs, researchers and thinkers. Generated $2 million+ revenue from foundations, corporate members, programs and event sponsors including the Knight, McCormick, Ethics & Excellence in Journalism foundations, Reuters, Yahoo!, AARP and others. From 2006 to 2012 (6 years) Reston, VirginiaDirector @ American Press Institute Led The Media Center, the digital futures research and strategy group of the American Press Institute, the executive development membership association of the U.S. newspaper industry.Created and led strategic and best practices research, seminars, symposia, publishing, marketing, management and staff for a global audience of news, advertising, technology and mobile communications executives, researchers, educators, consultants, thinkers and business strategists. Created programs, insights and master classes on digital business strategies, digital story-telling, print-broadcast-internet brand and content convergence and more. Media Center research and forecasts anticipated sweeping changes for the business, practices, experiences and civic relationships to news and knowledge in the networked culture. At The Media Center, the top-down world of *the* media gave way to the shared responsibilities of We Media. Other research themes included simultaneous media consumption, print-broadcast media convergence and digital storytelling. From June 2000 to September 2006 (6 years 4 months) Reston, VirginiaVisiting Associate Professor @ Indiana University School of Journalism Created and taught the university's first courses in online journalism, with a focus on web publishing and story-telling techniques; advised the dean on new directions for the curriculum; and created a seminar on the "new news" for Indiana newspaper editors and publishers. From 1998 to 1999 (1 year) Bloomington, Indiana Area
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