I founded my first world news nonprofit with $300 at the age of 19. Since then I've been fortunate to work with some of the best in the business. Our work has made a real impact in conflict and crisis zones, and that impact has been a defining part of my life's work. I built my own graduate curriculum at George Washington University, tailoring it specifically to news media management, war and peace in international relations, and media startup growth. I currently serve as an executive advisor for small independent news teams. Read more about my work in journalism
I cofounded a graduate school for the political sciences in Bangalore, India and designed the entire academic layout for numerous disciplines at that school. Having formerly chaired an academic journal committee, I've also worked in academic publishing. Two dissertations and five public speaking courses later, I'm now preparing to begin part-time work as a professor in world history and international political science.
Business and Nonprofit Writing
The curriculum I designed for my M.A. track included formal coursework in scaling nonprofits, grant writing, formal business presentation, and small business writing. As an entrepreneur myself, I was handpicked by the United States federal government to serve as an emergency responder in 2017, where I met with Florida small business owners to keep their companies from collapsing in the aftermath of widespread tragedy. Today I use those skills to freelance as a grant writer, as a business planner, and as a content developer for clients in government, private, and nonprofit sectors.
While working as a journalist I managed submissions from people in every corner of the world and in every time zone, making myself available on a 24-7 basis. We had research teams in Russia, Somalia, and the U.S. As the chief publisher, I oversaw approximately 20 researcher-writer-editors for the quarterly publication of a 200 page journal.
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