Jacqueline J. Holness
Jacqueline J. Holness is a seasoned journalist with 15 years of professional experience writing and working for an assortment of newspapers, magazines, websites and other publications. She is a correspondent for "Courthouse News Service," an online, national news service for attorneys. Prior to working for "Courthouse News Service," Jacqueline worked primarily as an education reporter for the "News Daily" newspaper. She also worked as a reporter for the "Clayton Neighbor" newspaper where she covered several beats including education and county and city governments. Through her business, Selah Communications, Jacqueline has also written for several publications, websites and organizations. Currently, she is a columnist for "THE LOOKOUT" magazine, and a contributor to Urbanfaith.com. Her articles have appeared in "UPSCALE" magazine, the "Atlanta Business Chronicle" newspaper, "Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine" and "Atlanta Home Improvement" magazine and "MOVIEGUIDE." In 2012, she won an Atlanta Association of Black Journalists award for her business reporting with "Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine." Her work has also appeared on Citysearch.com and the New Georgia Encyclopedia website. In addition, she has written for the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau. "After the Altar Call: The Sisters’ Guide to Developing a Personal Relationship With God," an Amazon Best Seller and a Black Expressions Book Seller, is her first book. The book is comprised of interviews with 24 remarkable women with compelling stories such as the “The View” co-host Sherri Shepherd, Valorie Burton, life coach, author and co-host on the Emmy Award-winning show “Aspiring Women” and the former co-host of the national daily television program, “The Potter’s Touch” with Bishop T.D. Jakes; and Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie, the 117th elected and consecrated bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and the first woman elected to Episcopal office in over 200 years of A.M.E. history. Her book is based upon her spirited and sometimes irreverent blog of the same name, afterthealtarcall.com.Read more Read less
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