Shelly Bradbury joined the Times Free Press as a business reporter in January 2013, after starting with the paper as a general assignment intern in July 2012.
She is from Houghton, New York, and graduated from Huntington University in Huntington, Indiana, with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and minor in management. Before moving to Tennessee, Shelly previously interned with The Goshen News, The Sandusky Register and The Mint Hill Times.
Outside the newsroom, Shelly enjoys hiking, horseback riding, traveling and fishing.
Contact Shelly at 423-757-6525 or at email@example.com.
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From a company that 3D prints custom shoes to a software analytics provider that helps power utilities harness the data generated by smart grids, 11 startup companies will converge on Chattanooga this summer for GigTank 2014.
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