Dee Daniels is a veteran in both print and broadcast. She began her career as a radio news reporter in Charleston West Virginia covering politics and government at the state capital. Dee later worked at WCHS as a news reporter, and WBES easy listening station as a host. Returning to Chicago her home, she worked as an afternoon host at WKDC Jazz in Elmhurst , interened with WNUA, and then on to WJPC. It was there the seed was planted for creating her own publication after meeting who would later become her mentor, the late John H, Johnson. With a passion for broadcast, yet a yearning for news Dee returned to her news roots as a Journalist in the North West Suburbs at the Downers Grove Reporter, and later Liberty Suburban News Group where she covered local government, education, business and community events. Wanting to serve her community as a journalist Dee returned to the city and landed a job at the Chicago Tribune City News Service covering police beats, politics and community. Realizing there was stories to be told and legacy to print Dee began plans to start her own News Publication “Noir Woman News,” which she launched in 2004 featuring the first cover story on now First Lady Michelle Obama. The publication initially served as an insert in the Chicago Citizen thanks to another mentor Publisher Bill Garth.
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