Theresa Falzone is an award-winning journalist, editor, and editorial/publishing consultant, with more than 30 years in local media. Most recently, she was director of custom content for Michigan.com, a division of Gannett/USA Today. A graduate of the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Theresa began her career at Heritage Newspapers. As editor in chief of Lawrence Street Publications, she launched Women’s HealthStyle Magazine, then joined Hometown Newspapers as associate publisher of Specialty Communications. She is a founding member and treasurer of Michigan Sisters in Crime, the state chapter of Sisters in Crime, a national organization for crime writers and fans.
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