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Dorene Jackson Caudill Edit Profile

Editor

Dorene Jackson Caudill, American editor. World Gymnastics Championships, 1992. Volunteer Spanish translator Mexico Federation Agriculture; Member Society Professional Journalists (vice president 1994-1995, president since 1995), Society Collegiate Journalists (volunteer judge since 1990), Mensa.

Background

Caudill, Dorene Jackson was born on March 17, 1964 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Wayne Keith Jackson and Linda Sue (Cunningham) Jackson Crow.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism and Spanish, Franklin (Indiana) College, 1986. Master in Journalistm, Indiana University, 1995. Postgrad, Indiana University, since 1996.

Career

Editor newspaper, Jefferson County Journal, Arnold, Missouri, 1986-1987; editor newspaper, Belleville (Illinois) News-Democrat, 1987-1989; editor magazine, City Indianapolis Woman, 1989; editor magazine, The Hoosier Farmer, indianapolis, 1989-1993; editor magazine, Saturday Evening Post, Indianapolis, 1993; editor newspaper, The Indianapolis Star/News, since 1993. Free-lance writer, Indianapolis, since 1989.

Membership

Volunteer Spanish translator Mexico Federation Agriculture. Member Society Professional Journalists (vice president 1994-1995, president since 1995), Society Collegiate Journalists (volunteer judge since 1990), Mensa.

Connections

Married Michael E. Caudill, February 28, 1992.

father:
Wayne Keith Jackson Crow

mother:
Linda Sue (Cunningham) Jackson Crow

spouse:
Michael E. Caudill