In this episode of How I Got My Job (mp3, 41:01, 37.6 MB) , Feoshia Henderson shares how she got a job as a Freelance Editor for Soapbox Cincinnati, specifically in the Innovation & Job News area. It was especially interesting to hear her perspective on freelancing.
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Feoshia Henderson is an Eastern Kentucky native who moved to the Cincinnati area in 2003 to work for now-defunct, The Kentucky Post newspaper as a political writer. She also spent two years at The Cincinnati Enquirer as a suburban Hamilton County reporter before stepping out on her own to run a freelance writing business, just as the biggest economic downturn in her lifetime began… Still, she managed to stay afloat and pay the bills by writing for a motley assortment of publications across Kentucky and Ohio, including Soapbox Cincinnati. She also started Cincyburb blog, where she writes about community and volunteer activities in the ‘burbs. Feoshia graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a degree in journalism, and a political science minor. She’s also a member of the 2009 Cincinnati Mayor’s Young Professionals Kitchen Cabinet on the Education Committee, and has settled in Sycamore Township. You can follow her on Twitter @feoshiasoapbox.
bio and photo credit: Soapbox Cincinnati
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