L-R: Debbie McDaniel, JBB, Amy Beth Franks, Jon Sears

I have been interviewed for digital, print, television, radio, and podcast news. I have, on occasion, contributed guest blog posts for various groups. Most of these items have appeared in the markets in and around Columbia, South Carolina, and a selection appear below. Thanks and credit due to the journalists and agencies who saw fit to include in their content the efforts and/or causes important to me.


Flood Shows How Charity Has Changed
by Eva Moore for Free Times
Print Interview

Is Pumpkin Spice Everything Nice?
by April Blake for Free Times
Print Interview

30 Days of Pumpkin
by Betsey Guzior for The State Newspaper
Print Interview

A Kinder, Gentler Face for Maurice’s Piggy Park?
by Free Times
Print Interview

Invasion of the Pumpkin Spice Products
by Erin Shaw Street for Southern Living
Print Interview

Nominee, Best Twitter-er, 2013
Free Times Best of Columbia
It actually was an honor just to be nominated!

Breaking the silence: social media’s impact on the way we grieve
by Mary King for WIS10
On-Camera Interview

Unexpected tweets come from “RickCaffeinated” after death
by Mary King for WIS10
On-Camera Interview

SCETV, Connections
Episode: Social Media
On-Camera Interview

Columbia Community Rallies Around The Blue Cactus Cafe
by WLTX
On-Camera Spot

The Five Stages of Hobby Lobby Grief
Guest Blog for Tell Them!
Author

20 Questions with JBB
by Chris Worthy for Palmetto Parent
Print Interview

Instilling Self-Discipline
by Heather Greene for Free Times Parent
Print Interview

SC Governor Nikki Haley Contradicts Science, Just Because
Guest Blog for Tell Them!
Author

Adluh Flour Explores Social Media
by Chris Worthy for Columbia Business Monthly
Print Interview