Patricia Lawrence Miller – Chief Editor
Patricia is a long-time editor with Wall Street Hedge, having been one of the founding members of our organization. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication, she embraced her adventurous nature and visited some of Africa’s most underprivileged countries before returning to journalism. Patricia is particularly drawn to pressing social issues.
As a young boy, Brian shared the dreams of countless other Americans – he hoped to become our nation’s next president. But after obtaining his master’s degree in Political Sciences, his focus shifted to journalism. During college, Brian interned with the University’s newspaper and fell in love with the media. Since then, his one and only purpose has been to improve his journalistic abilities so as to bring his readers the highest quality material.
Jeff Martin Baker
When Jeff received a full athletic scholarship, he had no idea that journalism would be where he’d end up. As most quarterbacks, he had high dreams of scoring game-winning touchdowns. Luckily, his love for sports could be easily translated into Jeff’s current career. As one of our top sports reporters, he provides our users with the freshest information on the most relevant of athletic events.
Susan has recently started contributing for Wall Street Hedge, as a particularly keen observer of the technological scene. While somewhat odd, technology seemed to fascinate Susan from the very beginning, when she couldn’t decide on whether to study biology or engineering. Thankfully, there was a way to marry both of her passions, so Susan graduated with a Master of Science in Bioengineering, allowing her to provide our readers with the crème de la crème when it comes to technological and scientific advancement.
Sandra is one of our most experienced journalists. She began her career writing for local newspapers, covering company financials and the business sector. To this day, she maintains her interest in all economic affairs.
There are some who succeed in turning their life’s passion into a career, never working a day in their life. Joseph managed to do just that. While undecided at first as to the direction of his college education, Joseph seemed to always harbor an interest for medical information and always wanted to stay abreast of the latest developments. When he received his Bachelor’s in journalism, he put the long years of documentation to good work and currently covers all matters connected to health and healthcare.