In Uncategorized on January 1, 2013 at 12:00 pm
Hi! My name is Juliana Brint and I’m a reporter with a passion for sharply focused journalism that caters to specific, engaged communities.
I’m an associate editor at Platts, the leading news and information provider for the energy and metals industries. At Platts I report on U.S. wholesale electricity markets, covering the policy changes, regulations, price trends and other issues that impact the power industry. I am also responsible for daily price assessments for several forward markets.
Before coming to Platts I earned my bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service. During my four years at Georgetown I worked as a news writer, blogger and editor for the Georgetown Voice, a student-run newsmagazine covering the ins and outs of Georgetown University and the surrounding neighborhood. I also worked as a publicity intern at the Georgetown University Press and an editorial intern for the local alt-weekly, Washington City Paper.
For more about my experience and specialties, click here.
In Uncategorized on January 1, 2013 at 11:59 am
Platts articles are subscription-only, but you can watch me discuss a few of the stories I’ve covered on Platts Energy Week TV:
Here are a few older articles:
Building up the sciences: New facilities, new horizons. The Georgetown Voice, published March 17, 2011. [Won 2011 Bunn Student Journalism award for features writing]
City on a Hill: Is the noise law anti-student? The Georgetown Voice, published Feb. 10, 2011.
Neighborhood Watch: Dog lovers v. gardeners at Newark St. Park. City Desk (Washington City Paper), posted July 22, 2010.
Dennis Sobin is offended by conventioneers’ anti-Fenty jeers. City Desk (Washington City Paper), posted June 14, 2010.
Six feet under GU. The Georgetown Voice, published Oct. 29, 2009.
$990,000 spent lobbying for boathouse. The Georgetown Voice, published March 26, 2009.
Desperately seeking syllabus: More than 60 percent of Fall 2009 classes have no syllabi online. Vox Populi (The Georgetown Voice), posted June 5 2009.
Senior Thesis: Politicized Suffering and Appropriated Legacies: Self-Serving Representations of Jews in the Italian Media. May 9, 2011. [Won 2011 Best Thesis in Jewish Studies award]
In Uncategorized on January 1, 2013 at 11:58 am
You can reach me at jbrint [at] gmail [dot] com
You can also connect with me on LinkedIn
If you’re interested in looking at my resume, you can download it here as a PDF.