About Sherry Howard
SHERRY HOWARD is the executive editor of the Inquirer Online, responsible for coordinating coverage of The Philadelphia Inquirer’s news Web site. In 2000 she received a Newspaper Association of America New Media Fellowship which provided her the opportunity to spend a year learning about the Internet and Web site design. Before joining the Inquirer Online, Howard served as assistant managing editor/recruiting for the Inquirer. Other positions she has held with the newspaper include assistant managing editor/Arts and Entertainment; weekend deputy Metro editor; deputy National editor and editor of the paper’s twice-weekly Northeast Neighbors section. Before joining the The Philadelphia Inquirer, she worked as a copy editor for the The (Raleigh, NC) News & Observer, and was a reporter for The Tampa (FL) Tribune and The Macon (GA) Telegraph. Howard has a Master’s degree in Journalism from Ohio State University and a Bachelor’s degree in English from Paine College in Augusta, GA. She was a Michigan Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (1992-1993), where she studied the graying of America, and an alumna of the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education’s Editing Program for Minority Journalists.
- Was accepted for Mar 23-28 2003 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Sherry Howard (includes contributory writing):
- How would you like to go to a museum or an awards show, take a class or visit an archaeological dig without leaving home? Tele-actors will soon allow you to ...