May 2006 to December 2006 - Editor, The Oxx - Manchester, NH
Working for HippoPress, I created and edit southern New Hampshire's only men's magazine. The bi-weekly mag covers food, drink and sports, among other things.

November 2005-May 2006 - Editor, The Hippo - Manchester, NH
I served as editor of the largest arts-and-entertainment newspaper in New Hampshire during its expansion to Concord and Nashua.

April 2004-November 2005 - Assistant Editor, Lincoln County Weekly, Damariscotta, Maine.
I covered three municpalities and sports for two school districts. I also covered the Lincoln County Courts system.

2003-2004 - Editor, Humanist Network News - Albany, NY.
I created the first weekly e-zine ever published by a world-wide humanist think tank and built the circulation up to 30,000 within 10 months.

2001-2003 - Editor, Cambridge Chronicle and Cambridge TAB - Cambridge, Mass.
We scooped the national press on the arrest of Mohammed Amry, a man charged with stealing IDs from fitness club patrons and selling them to Al Quaeda terrorists.

I headed up the relaunch and redesign of the Chronicle, the oldest continuously published weekly paper in the United States, resulting in a 30 percent circulation increase. Created new art/lifestyles, religion and authors sections. Created and penned "Mr. Bedfellow," an inside-politics column.

I led a diverse news staff through four elections, two crime sprees, the Sept. 11th attacks, the PATRIOT Act, two death threats and a major schools reorganization--in one of the most opinionated cities in the world.

1998-2000 - Editor, Chelmsford Independent, Westford Eagle, Billerica Minuteman
The Independent won eight New England Press Association Awards in my first year on the job.

I traveled to El Salvador to report on local Army Reservists involved in Operation Restore Hope, a medical-aid mission launched in the wake of Hurricane Mitch.

I ran three newspapers under a cost-cutting plan that eliminated two editor positions, while expanding coverage and maintaining editorial focus on issues particular to each town.

1995-1997 - Staff reporter, Capital Weekly - Augusta, Maine
I was hired out of college as part of the paper's startup staff, and built the publication's coverage from the ground up.

My beat included five municipalities, covering police, courts, education, politics, arts, transportation and the environment.

1990-1994 - Wheaton College - Norton, Mass.
B.A., American Politics and Political Leadership

New Hampshire Press Association Award for Sports Feature Writing, New England Press Association (NEPA) award for arts and entertainment writing, NEPA "Editorial Writer" award, Massachusetts Press Association (MPA) awards for editorial writing, MPA "Serious Columnist" award, Maine Press Association sports-feature writing award.

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