Welcome to AHCJ’s newest professional, student members

Len Bruzzese

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 our newest professional and student members to AHCJ. All new members are welcome to stop by this post’s comment section to introduce themselves.

  • Esther Amar Kagan, publisher, Israel Science Info, Paris, France
  • Lori Baker, independent journalist, Mesa, Ariz.
  • Robert Carlson, medical editor, DailyRx.com, Sitka, Alaska (@sitka1867)
  • Jonathan Chapman, student, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tenn.
  • Mary Elizabeth Dallas, independent journalist, Bedford, N.Y.
  • Andrea De la Cruz, independent journalist, San Jose, Costa Rica
  • Lisa Desai, independent journalist, New York
  • Josephine Ensign, associate professor, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. (@josephineensign)
  • Joanne Fritz, writer, About.com, Tucson, Ariz.
  • Jennifer Garza, health reporter, The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, Calif.
  • Sheri Hink, editor, Waunteta Breeze, Wauneta, Neb.
  • Ashley Leever, reporter, Kearney Hub, Kearney, Neb.
  • Lambert Mbom, student, Columbia University School of Journalism, New York (@lambom2)
  • Kevin McDermott, editor, Decision Health, Frederick, Md. (@barleycrow)
  • Artemis Moshtaghian, producer, CNN/HLN, Los Angeles (@sweetchilidog7)
  • Zack Ohemeng Tawiah, broadcast journalist, Nhyira FM, Kumasi, Ghana
  • David Pelcyger, production assistant, PBS NewsHour, Denver
  • Tom Robertson, reporter/producer, Minnesota Public Radio, Bemidji, Minn.
  • Nabin Sapkota, independent journalist, Omaha, Neb.
  • Leo Sisti, contributing reporter, L’Espresso, Milan, Italy
  • Kathleen Struck, managing editor, EverydayHealth.com, New York (@kstruckEDH)
  • Greg Town, deputy managing editor, UBM Medica Pte. Ltd., Singapore
  • John Wasik, columnist, Medicare News Group, Grayslake, Ill. (@johnwasik)

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2 thoughts on “Welcome to AHCJ’s newest professional, student members

  1. Kathleen Struck

    I have been a reporter, editor and manager in the US and internationally, and recently came to Everyday Health in NYC as managing editor. If you’re interested, you can see my credentials at http://www.kathleenstruck.com. I look forward to learning from you all, and eager to hear your suggestions for better health reporting and editing.

  2. Zack Ohemeng Tawiah

    I have been a journalist since 2003 covering health and human rights issues previously. I have developed special interest for health reporting in the last four years, writing and producing stories affecting especially the poor or rural Ghana. As an investigative journalist on health, there are always officialdom response. I am a fellow of the National Press Foundation, being among 21 journalists selected worldwide for the AIDS Vaccine 2011 Conference in Bangkok, Thailand. Ohemeng practices under-cover journalism and all other known modes of investigative journalism. I am looking forward to improved opportunities here.

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