Martha & Greg Singleton

Biography:
Martha and Greg Singleton have, for 29 years, met the challenges of balancing successful careers and raising a faith-filled family . . . and in the process they have gained some valuable insights.This year, once again, the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund and the Wall Street Journal nominated Martha as the National High School Journalism Teacher Of The Year. She was selected as one of the five finalists and was honored in Philadelphia in November. She was nominated in 1998, also, and was recognized as one of the ten finalists. The National Press Club in Washington, D.C. hosted that 1998 awards ceremony, recognizing her contributions in developing young journalists. Since 1972, Martha has built some of the nation's most highly acclaimed scholastic journalism programs. Her former students have gone on to top positions with major collegiate publications as well as city newspapers, television and radio news desks, and magazines across America. Other former students are advertising executives, graphic designers, a television screenwriter, the Media Director for the Houston Rockets NBA team, and an Emmy Award-winning correspondent for ABC News. She is a past recipient of the Edith Fox King Award for Outstanding Teaching and Service to Texas Journalism Education, and served as the President of the Texas Association of Journalism Educators. Martha was appointed to the Texas State Textbook Selection Committee, and was nominated to the San Antonio Women's Hall of Fame in the Education category. She is a noted speaker at journalism conferences and workshops across the country, including Columbia University's annual scholastic journalism convention. She also serves on the Board of Judges for Columbia University's Scholastic Press Association. Several national and regional education and journalism magazines have published articles that Martha has authored.
 
Martha and Greg Singleton have, for 29 years, met the challenges of balancing successful careers and raising a faith-filled family . . . and in the process they have gained some valuable insights.This year, once again, the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund and the Wall Street Journal nominated Martha as the National High School Journalism Teacher Of The Year. She was selected as one of the five finalists and was honored in Philadelphia in November. She was nominated in 1998, also, and was recognized as one of the ten finalists. The National Press Club in Washington, D.C. hosted that 1998 awards ceremony, recognizing her contributions in developing young journalists. Since 1972, Martha has built some of the nation's most highly acclaimed scholastic journalism programs. Her former students have gone on to top positions with major collegiate publications as well as city newspapers, television and radio news desks, and magazines across America. Other former students are advertising executives, graphic designers, a television screenwriter, the Media Director for the Houston Rockets NBA team, and an Emmy Award-winning correspondent for ABC News. She is a past recipient of the Edith Fox King Award for Outstanding Teaching and Service to Texas Journalism Education, and served as the President of the Texas Association of Journalism Educators. Martha was appointed to the Texas State Textbook Selection Committee, and was nominated to the San Antonio Women's Hall of Fame in the Education category. She is a noted speaker at journalism conferences and workshops across the country, including Columbia University's annual scholastic journalism convention. She also serves on the Board of Judges for Columbia University's Scholastic Press Association. Several national and regional education and journalism magazines have published articles that Martha has authored.
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