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Apr 5, 2016

Andrew Seaman (@AndrewmSeaman) is Senior Medical Journalist at Thomson Reuters. You may have seen his articles in other papers such as USA Today and Politico. In addition to his work at Thomson Reuters - Andrew is also Ethics Committee Chair for the Society of Professional Journalists. 

This episode is also unique in the fact that I've had the absolute pleasure of being a part of Andrew's journey - from our days at Best Buy - to Wilkes University where I worked and he attended school. It's been tremendous to see his journey and an even bigger joy to discuss it on Why I Social. 

This Week on Why I Social, Andrew and I discuss:

  • How Andrew became interested in journalism
  • The difference between his experiences in New York and Washington D.C

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