In the afterglow of being awarded SEDCOR’s 2017 Outstanding Construction Alliance Member, Rich Duncan credited his namesake company’s employees.
For meeting and event planners, from novice to expert, at corporations, foundations and non-profit agencies and institutions.
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For fundraising and political campaigns, civic projects, business development and the communications industry.
Michael’s growing client base includes some of the Mid-Willamette Valley’s most outstanding for-profit and non-profit corporations and foundations.
“Michael’s media expertise, ideas and enthusiasm elevated our conference. His stories and photos continued to have a life, long after.”
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“Michael has a style that pulls readers in. His passion for the written word drives outcomes.”
Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association
“Extremely impressed with his strategic marketing support. He’s a great asset to any effort.”
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New Media Northwest
“Michael’s effectiveness is incomparable.”
There is no event too large or too small for multimedia journalist Michael Davis, whose career in digital and legacy journalism includes stops at the Chicago Sun-Times, Baltimore Sun and Evening Sun and TV Guide. He came to the Great Northwest in 2013 to lead editorial operations for Oregon’s digital news leader, Statesman Journal Media. Michael is the author of the New York Times Non-Fiction Best Seller “Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street.”
Multiplatform journalist and author Michael Davis has assumed an array of top editorial leadership and creative roles at digital news sites, magazines, newspapers and broadcasting outlets in New York, Chicago and Baltimore.
Most recently he was content strategist, executive editor and Sunday Op-Ed columnist at Oregon’s capital city news organization, Statesman Journal Media. Previously he was a senior editor and Family Page columnist for TV Guide, coordinating, editing and writing major feature and cover projects for America’s largest circulation weekly and for tvguide.com, at the time the nation’s most-visited entertainment website.
Davis is the author the New York Times Best Seller “Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street and co-executive producer of the forthcoming feature-length documentary adapted from his book.
He was deputy sports editor and sports broadcasting columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times; executive editor of Sun Magazine, the Baltimore Sun’s historic Sunday magazine; founding editor of the Palm Beach Jewish Times; executive editor of the Baltimore Jewish Times, and assistant managing editor for news, sports and features at the Baltimore Evening Sun.
He spent an academic year at Harvard University as a Nieman Fellow, one of 12 American journalists chosen for an open-ended sabbatical devoted to reflection and study.
Davis received a Master of Science degree in Journalism with highest honors from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where he later taught undergraduate journalism courses. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.