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Stephanie Erickson Doyle is an award-winning journalist with stops at several newspapers, lastly The Orlando Sentinel. She has since served as editor and publisher of a regional magazine, e-communications manager at a large nonprofit, and communications director at a bustling medical center.
Currently she is executive producer of digital and social media at a local television station in Greensboro, N.C.
A skilled writer and editor, Doyle is comfortable with all medical specialty areas, CME and AMA style. She is a capable researcher who can understand a wide range of medical and scientific studies and communicate them to the appropriate audience. Doyle also has extensive e-communications experience and involvement in health care social media channels.
The South Carolina Press Association awarded Doyle for her medical writing and her education writing was honored by the Illinois Press Association. At The Orlando Sentinel, she received recognition for an article about struggling historic black towns, an investigative piece about swimming pools failing health inspections, breaking news coverage of out-of-control brush fires and a feature about impoverished children.
Doyle has a keen eye for anecdotes and ideas, from hard-hitting journalism to breezy features. As one editor noted, she is a writer editors "turn to when they want someone who can thoroughly report the story, write it with flair and get it done well before deadline."
Doyle is a member of the Online News Association, the American Medical Writers Association and the Public Relations Society of America. She also loves all things equine (she's a horse owner and former writer at the U.S. Equestrian Federation).