I’ve worked as a content writer and freelancer since graduating from St. Cloud State University (SCSU) in May 2016.
At State, I studied mass communications, with an emphasis on print journalism, and I completed a minor in German. I decided to study journalism because I think the work that comes from hard-working, ethical media professionals is important to society as a whole.
And, I’m proud to say I was able to see some of the impacts that good journalism and in-depth reporting can have on a community, which is part of the reason I started this blog.
Writing & Editing
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Code of Ethics
I joined the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) my senior year of college as SCSU’s chapter vice president. As a student journalist, I abided by SPJ’s Code of Ethics.
And although I don’t work as a full-time journalist, I believe strong ethics are vitally important to a professional’s livelihood, and I carry that attitude into my work, including this blog and on social media.
I’ve followed the Code of Ethics since I was made aware of it, and I plan to continue doing so.
I’m human, therefore I make mistakes every now and then. I encourage readers to contact me with questions or comments regarding any editorial content featured on my blog, or elsewhere.
The articles that I post on my blog are original works written by me unless otherwise posted or attributed, which could be in the form of hyperlinks (backlinks), indirect or direct attribution, and academic citations.