Anne Schwartz

Apartment 213 seemed like most other apartments in Milwaukee: white brick, plain wood, cheap blinds. That is, except for the body parts inside. In July 1991, Anne Schwartz, BJ ’82, had been a part-time reporter at the Milwaukee Journal for three years when a police officer called her in the middle of the night with … Continued

Tim Dyer

What do you do? After an eight-year stint in the Omnicom advertising and marketing world, I founded a transmedia agency called Manifesto. As the chief storyteller, I shape the agency vision and create brand stories across a variety of channels. Leading a small team pulled from the political sphere, film and motion graphics, global brand … Continued

David J. Marcou

What do you do? I’ve been a freelance author, photojournalist, and editor 40 years, plus was a staffer and college teacher. I create, publish, donate (including to Smithsonian), display and sell, my documentary/art works. I’ve authored 205+ books so far, including 120+ volumes in my award-winning “Spirit of America” series. My 2019 books include books … Continued

Michele Kenner

What do you do? I design both covers and inside pages for the main and Metro sections. I occasionally design the Business section. I also fill in on the National Desk. Best professional lesson learned at the J-School? Journalism ethics. Every day at the Journal Sentinel, we struggle with ethical questions that came up both … Continued