New Volunteer Writers – Tasha Clopton Stubbs & Missie Hahn

26 Apr

It is truly a pleasure to introduce two writers who have so graciously volunteered their time to write one article per month to help make AS NOT SEEN ON TV the world’s largest online resource promoting positive stories, images and messages.

Tasha Clopton-Stubbs

Tasha Clopton-Stubbs

Tasha Clopton-Stubbs

Tasha Clopton-Stubbs is a freelance journalist with a passion for story telling. A graduate of Columbia College Chicago with degrees in both broadcasting and education, she has been educating our future and telling the city’s stories for over 7 years. In addition, she records live broadcasts and coordinates video production projects as a camera operator for Salem Baptist Church of Chicago. Visit her websites http://www.tcloptonstubbs.com and http://www.tcloptonstubbs.wordpress.com to read her published works.

She was the author and photographer for the Good Gyrrls article that was written on April 6, 2009. Read her story and leave comments.

Missie Hahn

Missie Hahn

Missie Hahn

Missie was born and raised in Wisconsin. She is driven by her passion to create – whether it’s writing about a buried treasure that deserves recognition or drawing an artistic masterpiece from unique techniques of shading. Although she is passionate about writing and art, she enjoys the outdoors, living a productive life, music, dancing and learning. She is currently earning her Associate’s Degree in Marketing.

Missie wrote this week’s article about The Landmark Building in Wausau, Wisconsin. Take the time to read it and leave comments.
In the meantime, feel free to welcome both of the new volunteer writers for AS NOT SEEN ON TV.

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