Journalism Jobs I've Worked
The Honolulu Advertiser
- Education Editor (1989-90). Coverage of lower and higher
education issues in Hawaii, with emphasis on school reform movement (three
lengthy series, commended by the state Board of Education and Superintendent
of Schools). Produced a regular Sunday column on education. Administered and
wrote The Hawaii Poll, a series of regular public opinion surveys. Covered the
1989 inauguration of President George Bush and the 1990 National Governors
Conference in Washington, D.C.
- City Editor (1986-89). Responsible for all local news
coverage. Administered staff of 25 reporters (including three Neighbor Island
bureaus) and desk editors, $2 million budget. Coordinated special projects on
homeless, AIDS (special U.S. Department of Health Award from Surgeon
General), pidgin English and coverage of two airline disasters. Administered and
wrote The Hawaii Poll, a series of regular public opinion surveys.
- Night City Editor (1981-86); Assistant News Editor (1980-
Guam Cable TV, Inc., Agana, Guam
- Cablecasting Manager and News Director (1975-1977) for
local origination channels on 20,000-subscriber cable TV system.
Pacific Dateline, Agana, Guam
- Editor (1973-1975) Administered writing and production staff
of 15. Wrote daily editorial commentary and covered government beat for this
small, Gannett, afternoon daily.
KUAM TV/AM/FM, Agana, Guam
- Reporter/Anchor (1967-1969).Coordinated News, Public
Affairs and Educational Television Programming.
Guam Daily News, Agana, Guam
- Reporter, wire editor, copy editor, layout
Also: Correspondent, Pacific Islands Monthly magazine, Sidney,