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Shannon Cuthrell is a student journalist, published poet and lifelong writer.
Her articles have been featured on print media sources and websites like ExitEvent, Uloop, Mountain Times and Watauga Democrat and High Country Magazine. And her poems have been published in The Peel Literary and Arts Review, Some Weird Sin Literary Magazine, Beet Zine and in three of Old Mountain Press' poetry anthologies.
When she was 21 years old, her book of poems, The Great Repression, was published by Think Piece LLC, a Minneapolis-based publishing company.
She is finishing up her degree in communication journalism, with minors in English and psychology at Appalachian State University in mountainous Boone, NC. After she graduates in December 2016, she intends to dive into her career as a reporter.
Shannon is a contributing writer for InHerSight, whose mission is to improve the workplace for women by measuring it. InHerSight brings women’s insights together into a common framework to show what’s working and what’s not at companies, and to help more women find their ideal workplace.
Contact Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit http://shannoncuthrell.weebly.com