Hillary Jackson is a writer, content manager and digital producer based in L.A. Her passions lie in storytelling and making others’ stories shine. Her writing has been featured in outlets including Hunker, The Culture Trip, The Jessamine Journal, Central Florida Lifestyle and Orlando Today magazines. Her digital work has included stints at the Olympic Channel, Beachbody and MyNewsLA.
She was a finalist for a National Arts & Entertainment Journalism (NAEJ) Award for “Arts and Entertainment Feature – Online” and "Best Arts or Entertainment Feature - Student," as well as a finalist for the Religion Newswriters Association’s Chandler Student Award for “The PK Project,” a multimedia experience chronicling the stereotypes facing preacher’s kids versus reality. In 2012, she was a part of a team that won a student EMMY for the broadcast "Brits take a shot at translating Kentuckian."
Hillary holds an M.S. in Journalism from USC’s Annenberg School of Journalism, where she focused on digital storytelling. She also holds a B.A. in Media Communication from Asbury University.
Hillary’s current research interests include design, travel, culture, the church and Russia.
She is currently freelancing and is available for writing, editing and copy editing assignments. When she's not working, you can find her swimming, reading, tending to her succulents or exploring LA with her husband, Phillip.