- University of South Carolina, Journalism SchoolSenior Instructor, 2001 - presentKiplinger Fellow in Public Affairs Reporting, lecturer teaching broadcast journalism.
- Associated PressManaging Corres. or News Editor, 1992 - 2001Ran Providence, R.I., office and the newsroom in Columbia, S.C. Among other things, scored numerous beats on R.I. corruption, led coverage of the Susan Smith case as well as coverage of numerous hurricanes, the first woman at The Citadel and the lowering of the Confederate flag from the S.C. Statehouse dome.
- Associated PressCorrespondent, 1983 - 1992Columbia desk and shift supervisor, promoted to Dayton correspondent. Specialized in business and agriculture.
- Ohio State UniveisityKiplinger Fellow/Lecturer, 1981 - 1983Lecturer teaching broadcast journalism.
- Fort Wayne Journal Gazettereporter, 1979 - 1981Specialized in urban affairs, business, transportation. Also covered public safety and did investigative reporting (scoring major breaks, for instance, on the Vernon Jordan shooting).
- WPTA-TVAssignment editor, anchor, reporter, 1978 - 1979
- WOWO RadioReporter, anchor, 1975 - 1978General and investigative reporting. Won San Francisco State award for uncovering abuses in national revenue sharing program. Nominated for Peabody (series is in its archives).
Also, executive editor of The Convergence Newsletter.
- Ohio State UniversityKiplinger Fellow - Journalism, 1981 - 1982
- Indiana UniversityEconomics, political science, astrophysics, 1971 - 1975
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