John T
Writer #13205
Madison, NC
Joined 1/27/2016
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John T is an award-winning career executive editor, writer, teacher, coach, journalist, leader, online and print editor, public relations manager and Air Force veteran who’s evolving with the industry. He holds a master of fine arts in creative nonfiction and bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications. He graduated from Defense Information School and trained as a military journalist during his seven years in the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army Reserve.
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John T's Politics Industry Experience

10 Projects Completed

John T. was a leader of Watchdog.org team covering 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. He served as credentialed writer and editor during the three-day event.

Specialties

News and feature stories, especially focusing on politics, parenting, music, food and drink.

Interests

Fitness, food, good writing, sports, news and current events

Education

Point Park University

Point Park offers a four-year degree program focusing on all aspects of journalism, including newspaper and web reporter, radio, advertising and public relations.

Publishing

500 Projects Completed

John T provided professional writing, public relations, consulting and copy-editing services. Clients include or have included Our State magazine, the News & Record of Greensboro, N.C., and Wake Forest University. The writers' articles have been published in Wake Forest Magazine, Wake Forest Business and The Jurist, the magazine of the WFU School of Law, as well as the school’s news website.

Education

50 Projects Completed

John T creates news and feature stories for the Wake Forest schools of law and business, including stories featuring the CEO of Pepsi and new initiatives focusing on distance learning.

Politics

10 Projects Completed

John T. was a leader of Watchdog.org team covering 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. He served as credentialed writer and editor during the three-day event.

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Bourbon whiskey continues to trend upward, as more and more drinkers eschew clear and imported spirits for a taste of the iconic brown liquor.

Production, says the Kentucky Distillers Association, has increased more than 170 percent since 1999. At 1.3 million barrels, production in 2014 reached its highest mark since 1970.

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