George Mocharko

Arlington, VA USA

Professional Experience

George L. Mocharko is a writer, editor and publications manager based working as a freelance communications consultant in the Washington D.C. metro area. George has a Master's degree in international commerce and policy from George Mason University's School of Public Policy, and his Bachelor's degree in communications from Mason. Previously, he was the Editor-in-Chief of a campus newspaper and served as the managing editor and communications manager for two business-oriented trade associations. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and reading and reviewing books for the D.C. Examiner and Huffington Post.


6 Years
Production (print)
6 Years
4 Years


Books & Literature
3 Years
Business (general)
5 Years
2 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
6 Years
Newsletter - Trade
6 Years
Newspaper - Community
2 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

7 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

D.C. Examiner (3-5), Brazen Life (1-2), Huffington Post (3-5)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (10+), George Mason University Alumni Association (1-2), National Football Foundation - Capital region (1-2)

Technical Skills

Publications & Communications Management, (Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Acrobat and Illustrator) Podcasting (Garageband) Blogging (WordPress) Knowledge of AP & Chicago Manual of Style


National Press Club

Computer Skills

HTML, CSS, Microsoft Office Suite, SharePoint, Adobe Creative Cloud


Digital SLR, Flip HD camera


Young Professionals in Foreign Policy

Work Samples


(FBLA-PBL 2/9/2009)
Richard Nelson Bolles, author of "What Color is Your Parachute"


(Brazen Life 11/20/2012)
The key to effective networking is to remember that it's the action of building relationships, not just collecting people. Here are five ways to help you build stronger connections with your professional network...

Book Reviews

(Huffington Post 1/21/2018)
Book reviews for Huffington Post.
(D.C. Examiner 1/21/2018)
Book reviews for D.C. Examiner