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  • 2012 to presentSalt Lake City, Utah
  • Sports journalism2012 to present
    I'm your Sportswriter Girl Friday. Online, magazine, name it...writing.
  • Adjunct ProfessorJanuary 2011 to May 2011Bloomington, Indiana
    Teach creative sports writing to graduate level students at a Big Ten University.
  • Marketing and PR AssistantJanuary 2010 to August 2010
    Spreading the good word about the good work of the good people in SL County Parks and Rec
  • Outdoor Adventure WriterOctober 2009 to August 2010
    Writing about a hodge podge of outdoor adventures and the people and gear surrounding it
  • Sports WriterAugust 2004 to May 2009Park City, Utah
    If it was even remotely athletic, I wrote about it.
Current City and Hometown
About Adia
  • Classy, Sassy and a bit Smart Assy

    AKA The Sports Princess
Favorite Quotes
  • "I met a wise man who changed my life. I was always seeking the Lord's blessing. ...And this wise man said: 'Stop asking God to bless what you are doing. Get involved in what God is doing -- because it is already blessed.'"
    -Bono, 2006, at the National Prayer Breakfast

    "Im so glad that I know more than I knew then...
    Gonna keep on tryin 'till I reach the highest ground"
    -Stevie Wonder

    "I want the church to be the church. And it seems to me, if it's going to be the church, it's got to stop turning its head away from poor folks. It's got to stop turning its head away from black folks, from brown folks, yellow folks, red folks, poor white folks. It's got to stop turning its head away from gay and lesbian and bisexual and transgender. It's got to stop turning its head away from children who are in desperate need. It's got to stop turning its head away from women, who are going through all kinds of situations where empowerment is critical at this time. What I'm seriously saying is, it's time for the church to be the church, and you always start out with those who are less fortunate, those who are in greater need. Middle class America has got to recognize that it's got to go to the bottom to help folks help themselves." Rev. Cecil Williams, Glide Memorial Church, San Francisco

    “Time's fun when you're having flies.” Kermit the Frog