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