Jeff Inglis's Resume

Jeff Inglis
Editor - Writer - Reporter - Photographer
+1.207.749.4502 | jeff @ jeffinglis.com | www.jeffinglis.com

POLICY ANALYST | Frontier Group, Boston, Massachusetts | March 2014 - present
  • Researched and wrote data-driven analytical reports on a wide range of topics, including water pollution, child poverty, transportation spending.

MANAGING EDITOR | Portland Phoenix, Portland, Maine | December 2005 - January 2014
  • Led Maine's only alternative weekly newspaper and its writers to multiple awards from the New England Press Association and the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, in categories including investigative reporting, government reporting, health coverage, reporting on religious issues, and sports reporting.
  • Built and coordinated a team of two full-time editorial staffers (a staff writer and a listings coordinator) as well as a regular stable of nearly two-dozen freelancer writers, illustrators, and photographers to produce a must-read publication in Maine's largest city. 
  • Collaborated with the design and production team to publish eye-catching covers, and easy-to-read layouts.
  • Reported news, feature, investigative, and analysis stories on important issues of the day, such as privacy, telecommunications, foreign policy, state and national politics, and local community, arts, and business issues.
  • Wrote a monthly column on media issues, covering local and national developments in business practices, ethics, journalism, and related subjects.
  • Created, organized, and managed supplements (e.g., Best of Portland, Summer Guide, Student Survival Guide) and niche publications (Style magazine, Out In Maine).
  • Executed budget responsibility for all editorial salaries, freelance payments, and expenses.
  • Helped plan and then hosted must-attend special events drawing hundreds of people to Portland venues to celebrate the city's music scene and business environment; participated in community activities and discussions on topics including arts and politics.

    EDITOR | The Current, Scarborough, Cape Elizabeth, and South Portland, Maine | February 2004 - November 2005 | ASSISTANT EDITOR | September 2002 - February 2004 | STAFF REPORTER | September 2001 - September 2002
    • Ran a community weekly in a very competitive environment, facing two other weeklies and a daily, while leading writers to regional and statewide awards.
    • Reported and wrote independent enterprise and investigative stories; covered local schools, government and elections, police, and courts; took photos to accompany stories. My own work also won honors from the New England Press Association and the Maine Press Association, in categories including Freedom of Information, investigative reporting, spot news, and sports feature.
    • Wrote editorials on topics of local relevance and interest (as editor and assistant editor).
    • Coordinated implementation of new online-print hybrid copy-flow system.
    • Spoke at civic organizations' events; participated in community forums and discussions.

    FREELANCE WRITER  | various publications, Portland, Maine | July 2001 - June 2004
    • Portland Phoenix | Weekly theater reviews, occasional news and feature stories | November 2002 - June 2004
    • Interface Business News | News stories pertinent to Maine businesses | January 2002 - October 2003
    • PortCity Life | Travel, automotive, technology, and feature stories | July 2001 - July 2003
    • Interface Tech News | News stories about technology and tech-sector companies | July 2001 - July 2002

    EDITOR  | Antarctic Sun, McMurdo Station, Antarctica | October 2000 - November 2000, October 1999 - February 2000
    • Reported, photographed, wrote, and edited news and feature stories relating to the US Antarctic Program, a broad range of scientific research, life and work in Antarctica, international relations, and logistics.
    • Coordinated with transportation and research staff, as well as National Science Foundation executives, on coverage and resource allocation.
    • Worked with volunteer contributors from other stations and field camps to get information about their activities and distribute the paper to them.
    • Designed, built, and maintained the paper's first website.
    • Contributed to The Antarctic Photo Library of stock images of Antarctica.
    • Earned the Antarctica Service Medal, the only US military award also bestowed upon civilians.

    ADDITIONAL WORK
    • Drug Discovery News, Rocky River, Ohio | News contributor | February 2014 - present
    • Portland Phoenix, Portland, Maine | News, features, and columns contributor | January 2014 - present
    • Global Post, Boston, Massachusetts | News and features contributor | November 2013 - present
    • Money, New York, New York | Contributor to "Best Advice" series | July 2013
    • The Photo Life, Atlanta, Georgia | Interviews and blog posts about the lives and work of professional photographers | September 2012 - February 2013
    • National Geographic Adventure, Washington DC | Feature on travel to Portland, Maine | August 2005
    • IPI Global Journalist, Columbia, Missouri | Feature on freedom of the press in Antarctica | July 2002
    • The Antarctic SunMcMurdo Station, Antarctica | Features on life and work on station |  December 2000 - February 2001
    • The Addison County IndependentMiddlebury, Vermont | Feature, news, enterprise, analysis, and photography for a twice-weekly community newspaper | April 2000 - August 2000, June 1998 - August 1998 | Webmaster | November 1996 - February 2001
    • North & South, Auckland, New Zealand | Feature on Buddhist monastery outside Wellington | November 1999
    • Otago Daily Times, Dunedin, New Zealand | News about a planned development in a small vacation community | July 1999
    • IRE Journal, Columbia, Missouri | How-to article on investigative research using the Internet | November 1997

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