Sean Sposito was a reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle. Previously, he worked as a data specialist at the Atlanta Journal Constitution
Before that, Sean was a technology writer for American Banker in New York City and a year-long intern at The Star-Ledger in Newark, New Jersey, where he covered residential and commercial real estate and worked on computer-assisted reporting projects.
His byline has appeared in The Boston Globe, The Record of Bergen County, N.J., The Arkansas Democrat Gazette and the Columbia Daily Tribune (Missouri). He is a former data analyst at the National Institute of Computer-Assisted Reporting — for the past several years he has either spoken, or been a staff member, at its annual conferences.
Still, Sean has never won any fancy awards. He, however, was a finalist for a few things — which is awesome, if you’re asking.
He thinks writing in the third person is weird.
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