Byron McCauley is an award-winning columnist for the Cincinnati Enquirer who seeks to tell the human story behind the story. His commentary often appears in USA Today and other USA Network newspapers. He and his wife, Jill, have three daughters.
Jennie Key is a veteran reporter who has covered suburban communities in Hamilton County and breaking news for more than 35 years. In her civilian life, she mentors high school and college students. She is also a storytelling coach for Cincinnati Storytellers Project.
Anne Saker is a staff writer at The Cincinnati Enquirer/cincinnati.com. The native of Columbus graduated from Ohio University and has been a reporter from coast to coast, at United Press International and Gannett News Service in Washington, D.C., The News & Observer of Raleigh, N.C. and The Oregonian in Portland, Oregon. She joined The Enquirer in 2014 to cover the science of health and the business of medicine.
Melanie Laughman is the digital planning editor for high school sports at the Cincinnati Enquirer. The 26-year veteran employee has won numerous awards over the years, including Hometown Communication Network Journalist of the Year and the Suburban Newspapers of America Community Service Award. She is the proud mother of Jacob, 22, and Meghan, 18.
Sallee Ann is a digital producer for Cincinnati.com and a Storytellers Coach. After graduating from Ohio State, Sallee Ann worked for a year in the Colorado mountains before returning home. She believes in sharing the heart, grit and adventure that makes life worth living.
Dan Wallace is the project manager for the Enquirer/Cincinnati.com. Most of his efforts are focused behind the scenes for the storytellers events, but loves being a part of the sharing that happens when people tell their stories. He also enjoys helping his wife tell stories (mostly of the bedtime variety) to son Henry and daughter Clara.
Summer Lattimore is the business administrator for the Cincinnati Enquirer / Cincinnati.com and Storytellers Coach with a passion for developing and managing processes and events. She believes in the power of community through storytelling, engagement and experiencing one another.