Laurie Stuart is publisher of The River Reporter and has been with the newspaper since 1977. Her belief that promoting dialogue and engagement can help our communities to shape their own destinies is manifest not only in the newspaper, but also in her community work as convener of the Upper Delaware River Roundtable and as an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister. She has an artistic bent that finds expression in activities including felt-making, song-writing and singing — a range of interests reflected in the breadth of human affairs covered by the newspaper.
Anne Willard is Managing Editor. With degrees in Philosophy of Religion from Reed College and Princeton University, and experience in Wall Street economic research, she brings to the paper a breadth of knowledge and analytical ability that have helped her sharpen the focus of our editorial content and the copyediting or our community and leisure pages. Prior to coming to the newspaper she spent a number of years in free-lance web design and programming, abilities she has used to help design this site and develop the company's online presence.
Fritz Mayer is Editor. His background in journalism includes 17 years at CNN, where he held various positions including Executive Producer. He moved from Manhattan to Sullivan County full time in 2001. He reported for WVOS FM for four years, where he covered issues of local importance such as the Sullivan County Landfill, the prospect of casinos opening here and the rapid development of the area. Fritz and his wife Anne Hart own The Cutting Garden antiques store and seasonal cutting garden in Youngsville.
Jonathan Fox is the Arts and Leisure reporter and updates The River Reporter Facebook page. He currently lives in Sullivan County. Having written for film and television, he now concentrates his efforts on novels, plays and assorted periodicals, along with his weekly "Humble Opinion" column on life in the Catskills.
In between theatre, art and concert reviews, Jonathan can be heard as one of the on-air personalities with “Ciliberto and Friends in the Morning”, on Thunder 102.1 FM. He regularly appeared on popular 80’s shows like “Fame”, “Diffrent Strokes”, “Three’s Company”, “The Jeffersons”and “The Facts of Life.”
Eileen Hennessy - email@example.com
Eileen Hennessy is the Classified, Legal Representative and Advertising Consultant. Eileen is involved in local organizations including the Ecumenical Food Pantry of Narrowsburg and The Cochecton Youth Group. Eileen is a people person who loves to be out and about in the community. Her love for community involvement is shown in her column, Lake Huntington News.
Production, Design & Circulation
Amanda Reed is the Production Manager. Growing up in the darkroom and production room of The News Eagle gave her a feel for art and design at an early age. Eight years of newspaper design experience in multiple local publications give her designs a hometown feeling. An avid photographer, Amanda can almost always be caught with a camera in hand. When she’s not busy working, she can be found coaching girls softball, being a horse show mom, hanging out with her daughters and racing r/c cars.