Welcome AHCJ’s newest members

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.

  • Amity Addrisi, chief medical reporter, KING-Seattle
  • Felicia Alvarez, reporter, Sacramento Business Journal, Sacramento (@sacbizfelicia)
  • Ramon Antonio Matta, independent journalist, Bronx, N.Y.
  • Jeff Arak, segment producer, DCTV, New York (@jeffarak)
  • Laura Belin, publisher/editor, Bleeding Heartland, Windsor Heights, Iowa (@LauraRBelin)
  • Sally Benford, independent journalist, Peoria, Ariz.
  • Sharlene Breakey, independent journalist, New York (@sharlenebreakey)
  • Jordan Davidson, editorial director, news & lifestyle, The Mighty, New York (@ja_davids)
  • Donna De La Cruz, independent journalist, Washington, D.C.  (@ddelacruzwdc)
  • Susan Donato, independent journalist, Denver (@susannadonato)
  • Jessie Filer, medical writer, PhiMed Communications, Longmont, Colo.
  • Kristen Fischer, independent journalist, Point Pleasant Boro, N.J.
  • Louise Gagnon, independent journalist, Ottowa, Ontario (@writemed)
  • Kara-Marie Hall, independent journalist, Marietta, Ga.
  • Nicole Karlis, writer, Salon, Oakland, Calif. (@nicolekarlis)
  • Randy Loftis, lecturer, Mayborn School of Journalism, University of North Texas, Richardson, Texas (@RandyLeeLoftis)
  • Natalia Megas, independent journalist, Fairfax, Va. (@NataliaMegas)
  • Tomomi Morinaga, independent journalist, Rochester Hills, Mich.
  • Susan Schulman, independent journalist, London
  • Rebecca Simonsen, independent journalist, Atlanta
  • Krithika Subramanian, independent journalist, Dunwoody, Ga.
  • Sonia Waraich, reporter, The Times-Standard, Eureka, Calif.
  • Anthony Welch, editor, Life After 50, Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • Shafaq Zia, student, Northwestern University, Malden, Mass.

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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