1 POSTS 3 COMMENTSJudy Farah has more than 25 years of news experience in New York, Los Angeles and Sacramento. She's a former national editor and reporter for The Associated Press, newspaper reporter and Huffington Post blogger who worked in broadcast news for 20 years as News Director and Senior Editor for KFBK Radio in Sacramento, CA.Farah covered the 9/11 terrorist attacks, two presidents, the Olympics, Academy Awards and Emmys and serial killers. She's covered six presidential elections and led her staff in coverage of four California governors.She's won numerous awards including Edward R. Murrow awards for Best Writing and Best Series for "Sacramento: Valley of Meth." She was one of only four U.S. journalists to be honored with the prestigious Jefferson Fellowship to study the economy of Asia and the Radio and Television News Directors (RTDNA) RIAS Fellowship to study the politics of Europe.Farah has trained more than 100 journalists who now work at major markets in the U.S. and is considered an expert in social media. She writes and posts news and feature stories for various web sites. She just launched her own website www.judyfarah.com for her first love of writing. In the past year, she took training for trauma crisis counseling and suicide prevention.