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Judith Rodgers

Judith Rogers is TSPRG's editorial content editor and chief proofreader. She is a national winner of the Guideposts Writers' Workshop contest and a winner of the Columbus Alive poetry contest and the OSU Creative Writing Center's oral storytelling contest. Rogers has written numerous bylined and ghost-written newspaper and magazine articles throughout her career as well as poetry published in Columbus State's Spring Street and other literary magazines. She still enjoys writing for publication and pleasure. A graduate of Ohio University and OSU, Rogers taught mostly nontraditional students taking night and weekend classes at Columbus State Community College. Her mission was to help all her students achieve their career goals through effective spoken and written communications. As a single mother of three, she was also employed fulltime in corporate, medical and educational settings. Crediting her post-college training as a technical editor and proofreader at Battelle, Rogers also owned a training, education and editing business with clients that included American Electric Power, Lennox and the engineering firm, Burgess and Niple. 

Judith Rogers

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