Staff Writers :
Michael Whitlatch is the founder and chief editor of associatedpresses.org. Born in the heartland of the Midwest, Michael Whitlatch has been writing for over 20 years. A professional journalist, Mr. Whitlatch brings the same integrity to research and writing that he has to countless chronicles over the years.
Lerner Reter attended Naropa University and Graduated with a M.A. in Writing from John Hopkins University. Mr. Reter has been working in the legal field for more than 10 years and is a regular contributor at associatedpresses.org.
Brent Davis is a Graduate in Marketing from Clemson University. He has been a professional golfer for over 15 years and brings his enthusiasm and dedication to sports and writing to his work at associatedpresses.org.
Kimberly Paige Wadelton
Kimberly Paige Wadelton holds a Bachleors in Physics and Art from Sweet Briar College which is the nation’s premier liberal arts and sciences college for women. She is currently attending Georgia Tech in Atlanta and working on a double Masters in architecture and planning. She is a regular contributer in both Technology and Arts. She is also a world traveller and holds special insights into developing countries such as Indonesia.
Brooke Ashley has been an SEO writer for 2 years. Her education in Children’s Education and her experience as a professional swim instructor make giver her a special insight in the topic of Health, Fitness and Child Education.
Thane Pernell resides in the UK, where he works as an expert researcher and in electronic publishing. Thane is a staff contributer writing on topics of interest for the UK and Canada for readers in the US.
Mark Whysall is the founder and the chief editor of adi-news.com. Born in Nottingham, England, Mark Whysall has been working with abc news for more then a decade. Before coming to America in 1995, he worked for various newspapers in the United Kingdom including London Evening News, the Bristol Post and the Nottingham Evening Post. Mark is a guest contributor on associatedpresses.org.