Jason Bradley is a third-generation contractor specializing in hardwood flooring. He’s an avid sportsman and likes to be in the outdoors. Shooting sports is his thing. A favorite quote is from George Orwell’s book “1984” and reflects his ideology about journalism: “During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.”
Cesarina (Cessie) DiBlasi is the Copy Editor of the brand-new-to-you Coastal Stagecoach. She has a mildly unhealthy obsession with plants, books, travel and she loves anything to do with geology. She is currently working towards a degree in geoarcheology where she will get to combine most of her crazy passions into one super cool career.
Reece Williams is the Opinion Editor at The Coastal Stagecoach. His column is about technology, criminal justice, politics, civil rights and labor rights. His objective is to expose others to new perspectives and provide historical context to modern issues.
Lauralee Norris is the A&E Editor at The Coastal Stagecoach and a graduate of Oregon Coast Community College. She is working towards a degree in Business Administration. Her articles focus on mental health and arts around Lincoln County.
Maya Rowley makes her debut as a columnist and the Community Section Editor at The Coastal Stagecoach. She is a first year OCCC student based in Lincoln City, focusing her writing on environmental issues and arts or entertainment.
Danyelle Martin is a passionate writer and artist. She is currently attending the GED program here at OCCC and hopes to bring in-depth captivating stories and artwork to The Coastal Stagecoach. She has always wanted to live in Oregon and now that she is here, she plans on making the most of it.
Gregory Dewar teaches Mass Communication and Society and Introduction to Media Writing at OCCC and is the faculty adviser to The Coastal Stagecoach. He has a B.S. in Journalism and an M.S. in Media Studies. His graduate work focused on advertising bias in print media.