Veteran Journalist Signs on to Speak at Southeastern University’s Writing Conference

Lakeland, FL, November 12, 2017 – Bridget A. Foster, Emmy Award winning journalist and Founder of the “Writer’s Resource” podcast, is coming to Southeastern University.  She’s signed on to bring her unique style of lecturing to the Expressions Storytelling Institute & Writers Conference which is scheduled for March 9 & 10th, 2018.  “I am thrilled to be working with Southeastern University.  I am putting together a brand new, exciting, and lively lecture for this conference,” Foster said.

Expressions Storytelling Institute & Writers Conference brings together journalists, teachers, bloggers, authors, and so many other communications professions to share their knowledge with seminar participants of all experience levels.  Foster has been teaching for years and says this type of workshop is vital to the community.  “Can you imagine more than a century of knowledge in one room!  All off the speakers have different backgrounds and experiences.  The people who attend are going to walk away from this workshop better prepared to achieve whatever it is they want out of their careers, and I just love that,” Foster exclaimed.

Registration is open now for the workshop.  To sign up and see a full list of speakers, visit Southeastern University’s website.  If you would like to book Bridget Foster for a writing seminar, please visit her website.


Bridget Foster is a journalist with more than two decades of experience writing, producing, and supervising award-winning, innovative television newscasts, news websites, and social media sites. Foster has deep roots in the Tampa Bay community. For the last five years, she has been Executive Producer at Bay News 9. She has also worked in the Gainesville, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, and Toledo markets. Foster has held positions from news director to radio news anchor. She’s helped launch shows, a station, and successful training programs in various markets. Foster is also a blogger and podcaster, and she is currently writing a book about television news producing.

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