Here are some of our great communicators--journalists and writers. Please submit your own nominations and submissions to the alumni office.

Ryan Kellett '05 - Editor

Ryan edits a team focused on social media, search, and audience engagement at The Washington Post. He got his start interning at NPR. Website.

Peter Landers '86 - Journalist

Peter is Tokyo bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal, where he was worked since 1999. He has been an editor and reporter in Tokyo, New York and Washington, relying on language and other skills learned at UHS.

Edward Lovett '88 - Digital Publications Editor

I do social media, homepage, and other communications stuff for the Phil. I majored in Music and English, so I guess I have the right job. UHS first taught me how to think, write, and sing -- and enough music history from Civ to bluff through my days (Vivaldi? MOTORIC RHYTHM).

Why he chose this profession: Nice to aid a force for good and joy in society, people. Interesting to work in social media a field that's new and, while often silly, here to stay. Website.

Katy McLaughlin '88 - Reporter

After an earlier career as a producer for HBO and of my own Emmy-award winning films and theatre projects, I started writing for the Wall Street Journal in 2002. I covered food for over a decade, winning two James Beard awards. I now write about real estate for the WSJ and live in Los Angeles with my husband and two young boys. I have made a career out of many of the passions I explored at UHS--performance, writing, economics and mostly, "making something out of nothing," also known as creativity.

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