Writing Samples

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette partners with the Downtown Little Rock Partnership to release a publication, Little Rock Downtown: Live, Work, Play, Invest, about all things downtown. This year, I had six bylines and a few photo credits.


As part of the Creative Services Dept. at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Three Rivers was a weekly feel-good publication about positive news around 10 counties in central Arkansas. My article was on the front page of the January 16, 2022 issue.


Every year, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette publishes a Diamond Roundup of high school teams around the central Arkansas area. I had six bylines in this publication and multiple photo credits.


Every year, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette publishes a Basketball Preview of high school teams around the central Arkansas area. I had four bylines in this publication and multiple photo credits.


Best of the Best is an annual advertorial publication that the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette puts out. I wrote more than 10 articles including Best Auto Dealer, Best Veterinary Clinic, Best Neurologist, Best Dermatologist, Best Mortgage Company, Best Paint Store and Best Insurance Agent, among others.


Every year, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette publishes a Football Preview of high school teams around the central Arkansas area. I have seven bylines in this publication and multiple photo credits.


A plant-based diet might help reduce carbon footprint

Global warming has exponentially increased in the past ten years. Society is evolving into becoming more environmentally friendly by recycling, composting and thrifting. However, another way to reduce your carbon footprint can be to reduce your daily meat intake.  Gloria Sanchez, a Brownsville, Texas resident, has been a vegan for about three years but that’sContinue reading “A plant-based diet might help reduce carbon footprint”

Women’s History Month: Celebrating women in leadership who are making a difference

Article published in The Forum Student Newspaper Women’s History Month celebrations date back to 1978 when it started as a local celebration in Santa Rosa, California. Eventually, in 1980, the fight for this celebration to become nationwide was successfully lobbied and then-President Jimmy Carter issued the first Presidential Proclamation declaring the Week of March 8,Continue reading “Women’s History Month: Celebrating women in leadership who are making a difference”

A look at Dr. Drale’s first year as chancellor at UALR

Article published in The Forum Student Newspaper. Christina Drale, Ph.D. was named chancellor back in September of 2019. Since then, a lot has progressed for UA Little Rock. Dr. Drale’s first year as chancellor was like no other, but she and the university persevered with the positive encouragement she received from students and staff. With aContinue reading “A look at Dr. Drale’s first year as chancellor at UALR”

Dr. Donna Kelly will be missed by many

Article published in The Forum Student Newspaper. Dr. Donna Kelly, a loving and caring professor, passed away at the end of August after a short-term battle with cancer. She was the associate professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and coordinator for the Communication Sciences and Disorders program – a valuable and unforgettable part of UA LittleContinue reading “Dr. Donna Kelly will be missed by many”

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