Educational experience as noted below includes extensive computer training with emphasis on information systems, networking, the Internet, computer programming as well as journalism and telecommunications.


RECOGNITION (please click on publication name for associated article/story)

Recognized by Popular Communications (November, 1984), New York Times (May 20, 1985), Washington Post (March 8, 1991), Washington Post Fast Forward (March 27, 1996), Roll Call (May 23, 1996), Coast Press (July 31, 1996), Commercial Appeal (Oct. 29, 1996), Pioneer Press (Jan. 20, 1997), Time Magazine (Jan. 27, 1997), Delaware State News (June 25, 2000), the Washington Post (Sept. 20, 2001), Cape Gazette (October 18, 2005), and Delaware Beach Life (June 2010) for communications-related expertise in the Washington metropolitan area and at the Delaware shore.

Interviewed on the CBS Evening News by Wyatt Andrews (Jan. 14, 1997); by Daniel Zwerdling on National Public Radio's All Things Considered (Feb. 2, 1997); by Neal Augenstein of WTOP (Jan. 13, 2002); by Hillary Howard of WTOP (17652 and 17653; June 2005); by Walt Barcus of WYPR (Sept. 2009); and by Mark Segraves who produced these reports for WTOP and WJLA (Nov. 28, 2010).



Reporter and columnist for the Washington, D.C. examiner.com covering D.C. crime and embassy events (2009-present).

Weekend night-side assignment editor; also worked special events and generated news leads for WUSA-TV as a freelance employee (2000-2009).

Seasonal news reporter on the Delmarva shore for WGMD (2003-present) and producer of the "Henney Report" heard Monday mornings during the summer (1998-present).

Producer of the Rehoboth Weekend Update for more than 20 years featuring fresh news for the Delmarva shore from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day.

Freelance spot-news photographer and videographer with works appearing on local television stations, newspapers and websites.

Friends with all Washington, D.C. area spot-news video freelancers and compiled a website featuring their bios.

Co-author of the 534-page Washington-Baltimore Scanner Almanac with Dr. Willard Hardman of Catholic University.

Co-founder and general editor of the Capitol Hill Monitors (CHM). The CHM newsletter covers radio-related topics in the Washington-Baltimore area with information for hobbyists and communication specialists. We have 150 members.

Authored articles for Monitoring Times and other communications journals.

Former editor of the RCMA Scanner Journal's News Media communications column.


Academic transcript, professional references and other information available upon request.


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