Welcome to AHCJ’s newest members

About Len Bruzzese

Len Bruzzese is the executive director of AHCJ and its Center for Excellence in Health Care Journalism. He also is an associate professor at the Missouri School of Journalism and served for nearly 20 years in daily journalism.

Please welcome AHCJ’s newest members and, if you haven’t already, consider following them on Twitter. All new AHCJ members are welcome to stop by this post’s comment section to introduce themselves.

  • Nadia Al-Samarrie, editor in chief, Diabetes Health Magazine, Novato, Calif.
  • Evan Belanger, reporter, Birmingham Business Journal, Birmingham, Ala. (@evanbelanger)
  • Scott Dance, reporter, Baltimore Business Journal, Baltimore (@ssdance)
  • Jason deBruyn, reporter, Triangle Business Journal, Raleigh/Durham, N.C.
  • Jerry DeMink, executive video producer, WebMD, Atlanta
  • Mercy Edionwe, freelance producer, Tucson, Ariz.
  • Becky Ellis, senior editor, WebMD, Brooklyn, N.Y.
  • Laura Englehart, reporter, Dayton Business Journal, Dayton, Ohio (@englehlp)
  • Gisele Grayson, producer, National Public Radio, Washington, D.C. (@ggrayson)
  • Katharine Grayson, reporter, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn.
  • Ashley Gurbal Kritzer, reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal, Jacksonville, Fla.
  • Kevin Lomanngino, independent journalist, South Portland, Maine (@klomangino)
  • Lisa Peters, student, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Ed Sealover, reporter, Denver Business Journal, Denver
  • Chris Silva, reporter, Nashville Business Journal, Nashville, Tenn.
  • Chad Terhune, independent journalist, Eastpoint, Fla.
  • Dave Twiddy, reporter, Kansas City Business Journal, Kansas City, Mo. (@dtwiddy71)
  • Tom Wilemon, reporter, The Tennessean, Nashville, Tenn. (@TomWilemon)
  • Anna Yukhananov, health & drug policy reporter, Reuters, Washington, D.C. (@AnnaHealth)
  • Sandra Zaragoza, reporter, Austin Business Journal, Austin, Texas (@ZaragozaAustin)

If you haven’t joined yet, see what member benefits you’re missing out on: Access to more than 50 journals and databases, tip sheets and articles from your colleagues on how they’ve reported stories, conferences, workshops, online training, reporting guides and more. Join AHCJ today to get a wealth of support and tools to help you.

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