About the Author

[Represented by Lane Heymont, The Tobias Literary Agency]

Susan Ashline’s journalism career spans more than 25 years and includes news reporting for most of the major television networks. She has covered everything from breaking news to politics. Her long-time role as a court correspondent sparked a deep interest in law and the judicial process. Susan has worked as a radio reporter, talk show host, television news anchor, magazine editor, website manager, and staff newspaper columnist for publishing juggernaut, Gannett. Her work has received major awards, including an Emmy nomination for a public broadcasting societal concerns program, a first place Associated Press award for general excellence in individual reporting, and a Gold Medal Award for Democrat and Chronicle online excellence. As Communications Director for a major nonprofit organization, Susan secured high-placement stories in major news outlets across New York. She is currently a freelance public relations consultant and writer. She earned a BS in Mass Communications from the University of Massachusetts and studied at the University of New Mexico and the State University of New York.

Awards & Honors:

Gannett, Gold Medal Winner, Democrat and Chronicle.com, online excellence

Associated Press, First Place, Art Athens Award for General Excellence of Individual Reporting/WHAM

Associated PressSpecial Mention, Art Athens Award, General Excellence of Individual Reporting/WHAM

Associated Press, First Place, General Excellence in Use of Medium/WHAM

NY State Broadcasters Association, First Place, Outstanding Feature Story/WHAM

Associated Press, First Place, General Excellence in Use of Medium/WHAM

National Press Photographers Association Awards, Third Place, 2nd Quarter News Feature/R-NEWS

American Women in Radio and Television Commendation Awards, First Place, Public Affairs Division/WXXI

New York Emmy Awards, Nomination, Outstanding Societal Concerns Programming/WXXI

Share Button