news /n(y)o͞oz/ noun | newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events. ma·venˈmāvən/noun | an expert or connoisseur.
While friends and family know me as Terry Moseley, I was nicknamed “News Maven” by an assignment editor and it remains my nom de plume to this day.
I’m a journalist with an international remit in breaking news, U.S. politics, foreign policy, and pop culture ranging from the Oscars to Capitol Hill.
On the political front, I was a legislative staffer for U.S. Representative Jim Moody (D-WI) who served on the House Ways and Means Committee and co-founder of the National Security Archive Project which continues today as a major force for transparency in federal government actions, especially overseas. Oh yes, and I’ve worked on a campaign or two.
Got questions, need advice, or want to grab a coffee? Drop me a line to get the conversation started.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @newsmaven