Miles Corwin

Miles Corwin began his career as a student reporter for the Columbia Missourian. He was drawn to covering the stories that were not being told by anyone else. There were stories about prisoners at the Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City. Corwin also remembers a feature he wrote to illustrate how physicians were treating terminally ill patients. His interview with a dying woman made a lasting impact on him.

Dana Brzozkiewicz

What do you do? I manage the communications efforts for the broadband product team at Broadcom. Broadcom is a technology company based in southern California that drives connectivity in today’s devices like smart phones, set-top boxes and data centers. I write and edit the product group’s press releases, presentations (speaking and corporate), blog posts, contributed … Continued

Eston B. Ellis

When most 18-month old children were beginning to talk, young Eston Ellis was also reading letters on signs aloud to anyone who would listen, an extraordinary accomplishment for a toddler. Perhaps it didn’t hurt that his parents’ favorite pastime was reading. As a kindergartener, his precociousness went unnoticed by school officials. In fact, the school … Continued