Felicia Allen – Editor
Felicia has over 6 years of experience in online news industry. She started out as a content writer for a number of news organizations around the world, eventually landing the job of editor at industrychronicles.com. Felicia is a Political Science graduate.
[email protected] | (909) 687-7483
John Smith – Sub-Editor
John has been a contributor in a number of online news publishing houses as a freelancer. He is a seasoned contributor with extensive experience in covering a number of topics including technology, science and health.
[email protected] | (860) 774-0648
Amy Antao – Contributor
Amy has a degree in Chemistry has been an active journalist covering the pharmaceutical industry. She is well versed with scientific terminologies as well as the business aspects of the industry.
[email protected] | (860) 774-0650
Adrian Thompson – Contributor
Adrian has been a technology news journalist for 10 years and has extensively covered new innovations and technology from a research angle.
[email protected] | (860) 774-0649
Research&Editorial Support Staff
Mary Barre – Research Director
With several years in the medical field—both as a practitioner and an administrator—Mary has a unique perspective on the health industries. From medical technology to cancer research, she covers our health industry.
Simon Anderson – Business Analyst
Having developed startups for the better part of the last decade, simon now covers technology stories with a business slant.
Xavier Lewis – International Business Expert
Once the head of a company, sold his business to spend time with family. Now mostly retired, he manages another small family business while keeping us current on what’s new in international business.
Poul Zak – Science & Health Analyst
Poul’s professional life has been mostly in hospitality, while studying international business in college. Of course, she now covers topics for us, mostly in the science and health fields.
Julie Crispell – Science & Tech Analyst
Conducting research in a laboratory can often feel isolated so Julie prefers writing about science and technology instead. Now she contributes stories in these fields as a means to give that world new life.