Karen DeWitt is a 30- year award-winning TV- print- radio journalist, columnist and foreign correspondent. She also has been communications director for a state political campaign, national nonprofits, and a major utility.
She blogs at On Fallow Ground and is currently the Director of the Digital Newsroom and a lecturer at the School of Global Journalism and Communications at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.
A recipient of the R.W. Seton Fellow at Kansas State University (1989-90), Ms. DeWitt has lectured at numerous colleges and universities.
She spent five months in Japan as a 1995-96 Japan Society Fellow.
A Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia from 1966 to 1968, she loves learning, living, and traveling abroad, and speaks multiple languages.
She is the author of “Elvis’ First Bike,” included in “Elvis Monologues,” a collection that together, says editor Lavonne Mueller, “have ironically presented all the things that the real Elvis isn’t.”