shauna l. nosler

1282 lewiston dr westfield, IN USA

Professional Experience

I write general interest stories for a number of platforms and have a voice that keeps a reader’s attention. I’m a non-niche journalist and have covered everything from major sporting events to national conventions and have written pieces on topics as diverse as gun control to how to cook a whole a fish to sports nutrition for young athletes and much more. I have over 20-years’ experience writing lengthy features, short stories, web content, SEO responsive content, blog posts, press releases, company newsletters and more. In addition to my writing, I also work as an editor for a number of organizations. For more about me, or to get a better idea of my writing style, visit my portfolio and my blog,, where I write exclusively about seafood, sustainable fishing practices and the health of our oceans.


20 Years
12 Years
Book Author
11 Years


Sports & Recreation
10 Years
20 Years
10 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
15 Years
Newspaper - National
3 Years
Newspaper - Local/Regional
15 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

25 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

U.S. News & World Report (1-2), Gannet News/USA Today Newspapers (10+), MapQuest (1-2), USA Track & Field (10+), Del Webb Press (10+), Edible Communities (10+), McDonalds Corp (1-2), Seafood Nutrition Partnership (1-2), United Healthcare (10+), American Heart Association (1-2)

Foreign Language Skills

Conversational French.

Computer Skills

All Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, Publisher. Basic HTML. Wordpress.


On request.



Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck knows all too well how nutrition impacts performance, both on and off the field. Here, he shares his advice for young athletes on how to stay properly nourished both on and off the field.
An interview with Dante Mondavi on the family's latest release under the Consortium label.
A short city-profile piece covering everything from education to housing starts to restaurants and more.
An in-depth look at salmon, the different species, how best to cook it, and why it's been over-fished and how sustainable practices are helping the fish rebound.
Farming isn’t what it used to be. Of course, not many things are—especially when you compare today’s America to that of Colonial days. Technology and a surging population have changed the way we live; commerce, across all sectors—agriculture included—has flourished and changed in unpredictable ways. But how can something so basic as the food we eat change? That's what I tried to find out in this feature article with a former USDA chairman and others.
She didn’t grow up with guns and didn’t want them in her home—then Sandy Hook happened, and everything changed. And she’s not alone. In June 2014, the number of Hoosier women with active gun permits rose 47.5 percent over the previous year.
Originally called Santa Claus Land, the holiday-themed amusement park—now Holiday World & Splashin' Safari—is a short drive from many nearby Midwest cities:. Highly touted as one of the world's friendliest and cleanest parks, the 165 acres of rollercoasters, waterslides and adventure situated in southern Indiana has free sunscreen, free drinks (non-alcoholic) and free parking—no wonder it's also been named the nation's Top Value Park twice (2007 and 2012) by Consumers Digest.
A Little Advice on Making Merry in the Kitchen from One of the Most Celebrated Cooks in the World.