Freelancing topic of May 15 Louisville program

The Louisville SPJ chapter will present a program for current and aspiring freelancers at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 15, at the University of Louisville. The program is free and open to the public and will feature a panel of editors who will address questions and give their best tips.

Speakers include Sarah Kelley with LEO; Judy Berzof with Business First; Shea Van Hoy with the News and Tribune; and Robyn Davis Sekula, a writer, editor and consultant. Selene Phillips with the University of Louisville will moderate the discussion. In addition to the panel presentation and discussion, participants will have an opportunity to interact with the experts.

The event will be in the Cochran Auditorium in Strickler Hall, room 102 on the U of L campus. Parking will be available west of Strickler Hall in the Speed Art Museum Garage for $2 an hour or a maximum $6 charge.


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