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What I've done A peek into jobs, work, journalism

For about four years, I was the publisher of a small-town newspaper in rural Alberta. Sounds passé, doesn't it? It's not. The Athabasca Advocate may be a weekly print publication, but it was my job to keep it alive and move it toward digital.

Before that, I was a content editor at the Toronto Star, helping to put together their daily tablet edition. I worked with most sections at the newspaper — sports, national, city, arts, travel and the investigative team.

I was the senior Toronto editor at Newzulu Canada, a crowdsourced newswire that worked with AFP, Getty and the Canadian Press among other agencies. I was also ScribbleLive's global training lead, teaching real-time news strategies to hundreds of reporters at organizations like Reuters, ESPN, NTB in Norway and Al Jazeera.

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Where I've worked
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Athabasca Advocate
Town & Country
Toronto Star
Newzulu Canada
Argentina Independent
Oaxaca Times
Orléans Star
La Nouvelle

L'Express Ottawa
Westlock News
Ricepaper Magazine
Monday Magazine
Carleton Now
The Charlatan
Tim Hortons