Staff Authors: States Chronicle News and Media
The two C’s that best describe Deborah are calm and calculated. When she was younger she was fiercely determined to become a doctor. That was until she actually got into medicine school. After two years of university she realized that maybe she wasn’t quite cut out for the job. She quickly halted her studies and decided to pursue a career in writing instead. She is still passionate about medicine, but prefers to remain a distant observer and recorder of medical developments and innovations. She currently collaborates with States Chronicle, where she mostly writes about health & science, as well as a few freelancing gigs on the side.
contact: deborah.cobing (@) stateschronicle.com
Janet wasn’t set on becoming a journalist right from the beginning, and instead opted for a tech education after graduating from high school. Thus, post SAT s, she decided to discover her calling at Caltech University. She dabbled a bit with software engineering until she decided to become a writer instead. She has yet to release a best-seller but she remains undaunted in her pursuit for journalism. She still likes to keep up to date with everything related to gadgets and reports passionately about all tech developments.
contact: janetvasquez (@) stateschronicle.com
Jack M. Robinson
Jack enjoys keeping abreast of everything connected to economic indicators. A School of Journalism, Michigan State University graduate, he loves covering monetary policy, big company financials and the latest gadgets. Jack is also a big fan of the Detroit Red Wings.
contact: jackm.robinson (@) stateschronicle.com
Sebastian is an award-winning reporter and multimedia journalist. Sebastian’s first and foremost love was history, which led him to graduate from Penn State University with a bachelor’s in history. It was only later during his life that the love for journalism arose in him. Though particularly keen on covering politics and internal news, Sebastian also enjoys writing the latest gadgets and scientific advancements.
contact: sebastian.mcmannen (@) stateschronicle.com
What Georgia best loves about journalism is the intricacies of covering a story. Following a lead, talking to people or conducting under-the-hood investigations is what fuels Georgia’s drive for this profession. Despite majoring in Broadcast Journalism, Georgia decided to pursue written journalism because of her quiet yet detail-oriented nature.
contact: georgiadawson (@) stateschronicle.com
Troy had initially wished to become a Wall Street which and it was this passion that pushed him towards learning more and more about investments, capital markets and financial gain. He is currently The States Chronicle’s foremost business correspondent.
contact: troy.rubenson (@) stateschronicle.com