Portfolio

Below, you’ll find links to my writer profile for each publication, as well as some of my favorite pieces.

Writer Profile: Verily

Many thanks to my husband for encouraging me in my freelance work.

Many thanks to my husband for encouraging me in my freelance work.

It’s always a joy to write for Verily, a lifestyle publication that inspires women to be their best selves. If you like what you see, you can sign up for Verily’s email newsletter using this link.

 

 

Writer Profile: Motherly 

Motherly is a guide for moms that’s both informative and inspiring. I’m grateful for the opportunity to share words of encouragement with their readers.

Writer Profile: Cheapism

Cheapism is all about helping people save money and find good deals. I especially enjoy writing about inexpensive recipes, simple DIY projects, and cheap excursions.

Reporter Profile: Columbia Faith & Values and KBIA 91.3 FM

As editor of ColumbiaFAVS, I organized and led walking tours of some of the houses of worship downtown. We visited a few different churches, as well as a mosque.

I organized walking tours of some of the houses of worship downtown, including a few churches and a mosque.

From 2012-2014, I was the editor and community manager of Columbia Faith & Values, a local nonprofit religion news website. Although my title was editor, I did a bulk of the reporting.

In spite of its early success, the site closed due to funding. The website no longer exists, but some of the stories are available via ColumbiaFAVS’ local media partner, the mid-Missouri NPR affiliate: KBIA 91.3 FM.

Reporter Profile: Religion News Service

While reporting on the monks of Assumption Abbey in Ava, Missouri, I got a lesson from Brother Joe, a Franciscan friar, on how to wrap fruitcakes.

While reporting on the monks of Assumption Abbey in Ava, Missouri, I got a lesson from Brother Joe, a Franciscan friar, on how to wrap fruitcakes.

Columbia Faith & Values was a project of Religion News Service, a national news organization that serves such publications as The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, USA Today, and others.

 

 

 

Reporter Profile: The Columbia Missourian

Some of my reporters notebooks rest on top of published clips.

Some of my reporters notebooks rest on top of published clips.

In graduate school, I reported for the Columbia Missourian. I covered stories across a variety of beats, including health and education.

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2 thoughts on “Portfolio

  1. Bill Rucker says:

    Kellie: I read your article on serving oats and enjoyed that you provided a variety of combinations, including a savory one. One type of additional savory that you may not have experienced is topped with Mexican sauces or salsas. I have enjoyed them with a variety of salsa types. Fresh spicy salsa is a joy to behold. I have applied Herdez’s tomatillo salsa, green Tobasco, and Herdez’s red salsa’s. One of my favorite’s is a fresh salsa made by a Cambodian Woman that owns the Country Kitchen in Joshua Tree. She thinks it’s a little crazy but a number of people have seen me enjoy this and tried it themselves, but only a minor number of converts. It’s not for everyone but I have been doing this for over 30 years and wish I had tried it sooner. Bon Appetit

    • Kellie B. Moore says:

      Hi, Bill! Thanks so much for reading my article and for taking the time to comment. I’ve never tried my oats with salsa, but I’m intrigued by the idea! Thanks for the recommendation. That salsa from Joshua Tree sounds like it must be quite a treat. Bon appetit to you, as well!

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