Megan Moseley is a multi-platform journalist based in Hawaii. Her experience ranges from long and short-form reporting to print, digital, radio and television news coverage. Recently, Megan worked as a general assignment reporter at the Hawaii Tribune-Herald, West Hawaii Today and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. As a staff writer, she covered a wide-range of topics including local and state politics, environmental affairs, Native Hawaiian issues, travel, tourism and education. She also wrote feature and business articles for Ke Ola Magazine while living on the Big Island of Hawaii. 

Prior to moving to the Pacific, Megan’s journalism career began under the guidance of various mentors. She attributes much of her success today to the patience and support she received from the talented individuals who have helped her along the way. She is a 2010 graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, where she received a Bachelors of Science degree in Magazine Journalism. During and after college, she worked as a reporter for The Athens NEWS and was later hired as a digital content editor for the local NPR/PBS station WOUB Public Media. At WOUB, Megan oversaw more than a dozen journalists and was responsible for critiquing stories, managing beats, and investigating new story ideas for the station covering 55 counties in Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky. As an editor, she was in charge of making sure all content followed AP, radio and broadcast style formats, as each story was distributed across the station’s web, radio and television platforms. Using multiple outlets to report is a passion of Megan’s, who sees the value in using as many tools available to tell a story. Whether she’s writing a compelling feature or an investigative piece, Megan focuses on using the fundamentals of storytelling to engage her audience, and always strives to be fair, accurate and honest. 

Megan Moseley is currently residing on the island of Maui. For more information about her professional background,  send an email through the contact page. Aloha.