Whitney English

“Never take no for an answer.” It’s a piece of advice Whitney English swears by, and she’s living proof that the squeaky wheel does get the oil. Growing up in Tucson, Ariz., Whitney spent many days admiring the hosts of “E! News”, imagining the day that she, too, would hold the microphone in front of millions…

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Sarah Crandall

News changes in the blink of an eye, and with that, you have to be flexible and go with the flow. Sarah Crandall knows this firsthand as the web and associate news producer for WECT TV6 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Although she had planned on a traditional print career, Sarah reached out to a local…

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Jayme Moye

A bicycle changed Jayme Moye’s career. The Boulder, Colo. resident had spent 10 years in the tech sector, using her degree in business management and information systems to work with a large accounting firm. It wasn’t her passion, but it paid the bills. Then Jayme joined a women’s cycling team and started racing. As the…

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Elise Loehnen

After picking up her first magazine, Elise Loehnen knew exactly what she wanted to do for a living. She often passed the days in her small Montana town by cutting out the pages of her favorite magazines and creating collages — especially with the well-known Neiman Marcus ads. But after graduating from Yale and realizing it…

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Maria Reitan

Maria Reitan is a senior principal and head of the lifestyle marketing group at Carmichael Lynch Spong, a Minneapolis and New York City-based PR agency. As part of that role, Maria leads the agency's efforts in marketing to women, lending her expertise on how to reach the coveted demographic and uses her television news background…

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Emilie Ritter Saunders

Emilie Ritter Saunders is a digital reporter for StateImpact Idaho, a new journalism initiative where NPR member stations in eight states work together to do in-depth, investigative reporting. Based in Boise, Emilie travels the state to explain how state issues and policy affect people’s lives, focusing especially on economic issues. Being part of an trailblazing journalism…

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Emily Reppert

Television hosting is a coveted gig for many broadcasting hopefuls, and Emily Reppert was no exception. Ever since she was a little girl in Reading, Pa., she had aspirations of being in front of the camera, and Emily followed those dreams, wherever they took her. After graduating college in May 2009, Emily co-hosted the popular…

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Christine Clayburg

Christine Clayburg loved acting, but didn't consider herself "pretty, thin or rich" enough to make it her career. So she pursued another love: science. But when TV station managers came searching the earth sciences department for "weather girls," Christine had the chance to combine her two interests. She went on to build a career with more…

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Krista Voda

NASCAR Week: This interview is part four in a series of five articles this week on jobs in NASCAR. If you've ever watched a NASCAR race, you've seen Krista Voda. As a pit reporter for NASCAR on Fox, she brings fans into the pits to get insights, predictions and reactions from drivers, crew chiefs, team owners…

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Lee Spencer

NASCAR Week: This interview is part three in a series of five articles this week on jobs in NASCAR. "Keeping it real" could be the motto Lee Spencer lives by, but if you ask her about her rules to live by, she'll tell you it's just common sense. As the senior NASCAR writer for FoxSports.com, Lee…

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