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Vincent “INACTIVE ACCOUNT” Schilling
Works at Schilling Media, Inc.
Attended SFSU
Lives in Virginia Beach
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Photographer, Photojournalist - Busy Executive VP of www.SchillingMediaInc.com
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  • Schilling Media, Inc.
    www.SchillingMediaInc.com, present
  • Exec VP
    Photography, Video, Written Content, present
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Virginia Beach
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California - San Francisco, Texas, North Carolina
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Personal G+ Account - Award-winning Native American Book Author, Journalist, Public Speaker and Radio Host
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Vincent Schilling's Bio:

 
PUBLIC SPEAKER | AUTHOR | PHOTOJOURNALIST | RADIO HOST | EXEC V.P. SCHILLING MEDIA, INC.
 
In addition to serving as the current Executive Vice President of Media Relations for Schilling Media, Inc. - Vincent Schilling is a St. Regis Mohawk, an Award-Winning Native American author and a Freelance Photojournalist. He is also the host of his new blog talk radio show, Native Trailblazers which airs every Friday at 7 P.M. EST.  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Native Trailblazers

As a journalist, Vincent Schilling has contributed hundreds of articles to local and national publications such as Tribal College Journal, Arthritis Today, Children’s Digest, The Virginian-Pilot and Tidewater Parent. He has served for several years as a correspondent for the leading Native American news publication in the United States, Indian Country Today Media Network.

His first book, “Native Athletes in Action” has won distinction with a Moonbeam Children’s award in multicultural non-fiction. It has also received acclaim as book of the month from “Native America Calling” A nationally syndicated Native American radio show.   He released his second book, “Native Men of Courage,” in the summer of 2008. “Native Musicians – In the Groove,” is the third book by Vincent Schilling in conjunction with Book Publishing Company and Second Story Press as part of a growing book series entitled the “Native Trailblazer Series.” He is currently working on a book about Native Environmentalists.

As an author and photojournalist, Vincent Schilling has met and spoke with a multitude of amazing people in his adventures to include John McCain, Retired Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell, award-winning artists Mary Youngblood, Crystal Shawanda, Gabriela Ayala and Michael Bucher to name a few.

He also loves photography and has had the pleasure of photographing amazing people such as Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, John McCain and many others. To see some of his photos visit http://vincentschillingportfolio.shutterfly.com.

Vincent now lives in Virginia Beach with his beautiful wife Delores. Together, they have traveled all over the country and Vincent has been fortunate to share his experiences with Native youth as far away from his hometown of Virginia as Ronan, Montana.

 

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I have a gorgeous wife and I've written four books - I ALSO HAVE AN AWARD-WINNING RADIO SHOW www.blogtalkradio.com/nativetrailblazers
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Vincent Ray Schilling