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About Jackie O'Neal:
As a reporter O’Neal has been a regular contributor to the award-winning The Press of Atlantic City, and The New York Amsterdam News. Her stories and commentary both print and broadcast have appeared on NPR- 51% The Women’s Persepective, CBS Radio, Book Talk- Artists First Radio Network among others.
“Organizations that have hired me to write feature stories point out my ability to filter through developments often going back months, connect with the parties involved (for the most part, located across the world), and produce a heartwarming and vivid story is impressive. My news stories have been published on various online platforms, most notably, on the Huffington Post. Clients say my writing talent has expanded and strengthened their voice in the community.”
She holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College.