Shannon Shelton Miller

Everyone has a story. I want to share yours.

Hi, I'm Shannon. I’m an award-winning writer with more than two decades of experience in the communications industry, working for 10 years as a sports writer at the Orlando Sentinel and Detroit Free Press before moving to higher education communications and freelance writing in Dayton, Ohio. From live event coverage to features, I can deliver a well-reported story, whether it’s a profile of a new coach or a multi-sourced health article with a human-interest element. My portfolio also includes personal essays and articles with nuanced takes on culture, history, education, politics, travel, parenting, health, beauty and fashion.
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Teacher strikes may be more powerful now than ever before
washingtonpost.com
Teacher strikes may be more powerful now than ever before
April, 4 2018
10 Serious Curly-Girl Realities
marieclaire.comArticle
10 Serious Curly-Girl Realities
July, 13 2016
What did my father mean to his black male students? Everything.
washingtonpost.comArticle
What did my father mean to his black male students? Everything.
June, 17 2016
Mock At Your Peril—You Too Will Be Old Some Day
scarymommy.comArticle
Mock At Your Peril—You Too Will Be Old Some Day
July, 20 2015
Why I Can't Be My Son's Mother
huffingtonpost.comArticle
Why I Can't Be My Son's Mother
February, 4 2014
Close to a mother’s heart
daytondailynews.comArticle
Close to a mother’s heart
March, 8 2018
Missing my dad amid the Madness
espn.comArticle
Missing my dad amid the Madness
March, 16 2017
Illness Stunts Twins' Master Plan
articles.orlandosentinel.comArticle
Illness Stunts Twins' Master Plan
February, 10 2004
How to be fearlessly authentic in business—and succeed
chase.comArticle
How to be fearlessly authentic in business—and succeed
shannonsheltonmiller.comArticle
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