Welcome AHCJ’s newest 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 these new professional and student members to AHCJ.

All new members are welcome to stop by this post’s comment section to introduce themselves.

  • Terry Ahern, independent journalist, Columbia, Ga.
  • Alicia Barney, independent journalist, Chicago
  • Maria Castellucci, reporter, Modern Healthcare, Chicago
  • Sarah DiGregorio, independent journalist, Brooklyn, N.Y. (@SarahDiGregorio)
  • Erin Durkin, health care correspondent, National Journal, Washington, D.C.
  • Vicki Gonzalez, reporter, KCRA-Sacramento, Calif. (@KCRAVicki)
  • Julie Halpert, independent journalist, Ann Arbor, Mich. (@julhalps)
  • Jennifer Kearney-Strouse, executive editor, American College of Physicians, Merion Station, Pa. (@jks_philly)
  • Nicole Knight, western regional reporter, Rewire News, Costa Mesa, Calif.
  • John Murawski, staff writer, The News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. (@johnmurawski)
  • Jeremiah Murphy, student, UNC Chapel Hill, School of Media and Journalism, Chapel Hill, N.C. (@je7emiah)
  • Paul Myers, editor, The Sun-Gazette, Exeter, Calif.
  • Qui Nguyen, student, Foothills College, Mountain View, Calif.
  • Linda Peckel, independent journalist, Ansonia, Conn.
  • Benjamin Purper, reporter, KVCR, Yucaipa, Calif. (@benjaminpurper)
  • Michaela Ramm, health care reporter, The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (@Michaela_Ramm)
  • Kevin Truong, multimedia producer and reporter, San Francisco Business Times, Oakland, Calif. (@kevinbtruong)
  • Laura Tsutsui, reporter, Valley Public Radio, Fresno, Calif. (@LauraTsutsui)
  • Mary Katherine Wildeman, health reporter, The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C.

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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