The News-Times

Danbury, Conn.

Sports intern May 2012-August 2012  Third writer for the sports department of daily paper  Covered breadth of youth, scholastic and collegiate sports in 10-plus town region  Wrote game stories on NECBL baseball, high school postseason, NEFL football, as well as features on local athletes

The Boston Globe


Contributor/Sports hawk September 2011-present  Take scores and highlights over the phone from high school and college games; input scores in the computer for the next day’s issue  Interview high school coaches for stories on boston.com’s high school sports blog  Manage the sports and high school sports email accounts

The Daily Free Press


Men’s hockey beat writer May 2011-present  Manage “The Boston Hockey Blog” and @BOShockeyblog Twitter account  Game previews/recaps, side bars, team notebooks, athlete Q & A’s and features  Travel to every game, home and away  Formerly a men’s soccer, women’s basketball, field hockey and softball beat writer Managing editor December 2011-May 2012  Second-in-command overseeing all nightly (Sunday-Wednesday) operations for The DFP  Facilitated communication between editor-in-chief and all section editors/staff writers  Read and edited every article for grammar, style, structure and accuracy; laid out all jumping stories; proofread final PDF; sent PDF to publisher  Used Twitter/Facebook to publicize stories; managed website; sent out daily newsletter Associate sports editor May 2011-December 2011  Twice-weekly commitment to edit all sports stories  Worked with photo department to select appropriate photos for the night’s stories  Created weekly story budget for entire sports section  Wrote spot news and last-minute briefs, in addition to beat writer responsibilities

butv10’s The Wire


Executive producer January 2012-present  Produce four, one-minute news briefs daily on BU/national/international/sports news  Manage staff of 50 and create schedule for production crew and on-camera talent EDUCATION Boston University (2014, anticipated) Focus Area: Sports Journalism Degree Anticipated: B.S., Journalism SPECIAL SKILLS Computer Skills  Experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Lightroom; Final Cut Pro 7; Audacity; Soundslides; Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint; and QuarkXPress REFERENCES Rich Gregory, News-Times sports editor: (203) 885-3481; richard.gregory@sbcglobal.net Chris Daly, Boston University journalism professor: cdaly@bu.edu Minor: Psychology

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