Medical Leadership Brief
Medical Association, March 2014
Research project for the executive director
Retirement Community Research Brief
Internal White Paper, November 2014
A marketing analysis for advertising agency
Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City, 2013
A series of health care posts I wrote for a Kansas City-area nonprofit
This is a column I ghost wrote for a computer executive. It appeared in a trade journal.
This is another ghost written column for a computer executive. It appeared in a trade journal.
A guest column for a trade journal ghost written for a health care recruiting executive.
Kansas City PBS Member Guide, July 2019
"Don't forget to include CuriousKC on your summer reading list" is an example of promotional copy I write on a monthly basis for Kansas City PBS.
Kansas City PBS member guide, August 2019
"The days might be getting shorter, but Flatland is not cooling off" is an example of promotional copy I write on a monthly basis for Kansas City PBS.
70 Over 70 "Yearbook", July 2019
These are the final drafts of 11 bios I wrote for the 70 Over 70 event, a fundraiser for Shepherd's Center Central. I am secretary of the board for SCC.
Who Will Lead KC?
Kansas City PBS, June 2019
I planned and coordinated this five-month-long journalism project covering the mayoral race in Kansas City, Missouri. The work involved overseeing a dozen internal and external workers that produced video, photo, and online stories.
Missouri Sunshine Coalition, June 2011
The coalition announced its findings from a Sunshine Law audit of Missouri municipalities
Fund Request for Social Service Nonprofit
Contract writing for a nonprofit, November 2013
Seeking funding for new community economic development division
St. Louis Press Club
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting, April 2011
Successful submission for homeland security project
Fund for Investigative Journalism
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting, April 2011
Successful submission for project on National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility
Missouri Sunshine Coalition
Won grant from National Freedom of Information Coalition
Summer School Grant
Participant interviews for grant renewal
I built this post in Flatland's WordPress site, incorporating a photo slide show and other elements. I also edited the story
The Rise and Fall of a Boomtown
This story complemented the main Quindaro story. I designed this post as well, including building the timeline using a tool from the KnightLab. I edited this story as well.
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, April 4, 2018
Ina Montgomery, left, and Hakima Payne, far right, are two GirlTrek leaders in Kansas City.
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, March 27, 2018
Finding a pet-friendly place was a priority for 27-year-old Bijon Banerjee, pictured here in his Midtown apartment with his dog, Arya.
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, Feb. 28, 2018
Kansas City's Marlborough Neighborhood takes pride in its hidden gems, like the "pocket park" that artist Charles Brown created. He named it "Nana's Place," in honor of his mother, Linda Brown. (Mike Sherry | Flatland)
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, Sept. 19, 2017
Deidre Anderson (left) shares a laugh with Matrika Hornsby during trauma-informed care training Friday at United Inner City Services, 2008 E. 12th St. in Kansas City.
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, Nov. 3, 2016
Nick Sanford joined the U.S. Army only months after graduating from Lee's Summit High School in 2000. He left the service nine years later, disillusioned and wracked by guilt after serving two tours in Iraq.
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, Oct. 3, 2016
A Mitzvah Garden sunflower provides a perch for a monarch on a summer evening. The volunteer-run operation in Overland Park is unique among area community gardens for its size, infrastructure, and approach to planting.
The End Of A Drought For KCMO ‘Food Desert’? -- Video
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, Feb. 8, 2016
The Fight Against Cervical Cancer Is Winnable. So Why Is Kansas Losing?
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, May 5, 2015
‘The Big C’ Is Big Business in KC area
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, April 3, 2015
This story explores the financial considerations driving the huge increase in cancer centers in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Kansas City-area specialty hospitals say health reform bill will stunt their growth
Kansas City Business Journal, March 28, 2010
Blue Springs Is Latest Battleground For Education Program
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, May 12, 2016
Flash Points Include Financing, Classroom Discipline
Lee’s Summit Students Win Cybersecurity Crown -- Video
Kansas City Public Television, April 18, 2016
Leveling The Technology Playing Field -- Video
Flatland - KCPT's Digital Magazine, Nov. 23, 2015
Hickman Mills Claims State Test Hurts Poor; New Program Focuses On Computers, Science
School Changes Could Boost Scores; Independence Would Get the Higher-Performing Students
The Kansas City Star, Oct. 29, 2007
Sky is the Limit for Minimally Invasive Surgery
Medical Conference, February 2015
Challenges to Identification and Application of Genomic Data for Individualized Treatment of Pediatric Cancer
Symposium Coverage, May 2013
Session coverage at research conference
Lake of the Ozarks | Third in mishaps among U.S. waterways
The Kansas City Star, July 9, 2006
Loose oversight snags Missouri grain farmers
Midwest Center For Investigative Reporting, June 22, 2011
Missouri Program to Check Elevators Fails to Deliver
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 7, 2002
Road Work Ahead: President Bush's Hold on Fiscal Discipline Will Be Tested by the Allure in Congress of a New Highway Bill
Congressional Quarterly, Feb. 22, 2003
Cover story for national magazine
Homeland Defense: Secrecy or Security?
Society of Professional Journalists, September 2002
A Freedom-of-Information white paper produced while Pulliam Kilgore Intern in Washington, D.C.