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Brooke Prouty, Community Manager , Coronado Local
Kellee Hearther, Staff Writer, Coronado Local
Gloria Tierney, Staff Writer, Coronado Local
Gloria is a veteran reporter. Over the years she had contributed to a number of national and international publications and a few local ones. Her byline has appeared in The Times of London, San Diego Union and Coronado Lifestyles. She also worked for several years as stringer for Reuters-Thomson News Service.
A Coronado native, she attended Sacred Heart and Coronado High School, before moving away to attend college, UCSD and graduate school, UCSB. Her undergraduate degree was in political science. She returned to Coronado in the 1980s.
She loves art and music, contemporary as well as traditional styles. Her hobbies include ceramics and hiking. She spends Thursdays at a ceramics class in Normal Heights crafting pots on a wheel. On weekends she likes to transverse local mountains. She also takes hiking holidays in Europe and the United States.
Mary Douglas, Staff Writer, Coronado Local
Mary joined the eCoronado team in September 2013 as a staff writer. A Navy spouse currently living in Coronado, Mary brings experience in marketing and PR and worked as a PR Senior Account Executive at an advertising agency before relocating to the West Coast after 11 years in Virginia Beach.
A mom of two boys, ages 5 and 13 months, Mary and her family enjoy taking advantage of everything Coronado (and California) has to offer - great shopping and dining, running, outdoor adventure, parks and of course, the perfect weather.
Siobhan Bailie, Staff Writer, Coronado Local
Siobhan is an Australian Navy Spouse living in Coronado for the next several years, whilst her husband is serving the US Military on foreign military exchange.
Her passion is teaching and working with children. Siobhan is an Australian educated elementary teacher and also has a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in drama and film. In the past she has worked as a middle school drama teacher, an actor and voice over artist for Australian television and local radio, in addition to working behind the camera in technical positions. As a result of her transient military family lifestyle, Siobhan has also worked as a library service officer and youth worker with “high risk” youth.
She loves to write, is an avid reader, and enjoys trying her hand at anything creative or crafty. Siobhan is crazy about horses and enjoys riding dressage, cross country and trail riding.
A mother to two rambunctious toddlers, Siobhan is delighted to be living in Coronado as the city has much to offer her young family.
Gina Falletta, Graphic Designer, Coronado Local
Gina joined the eCoronado.com Team in January 2012. She is a freelance graphic designer who helps us keep our web banners fresh and up to date. Born and raised in Coronado, Gina is also a third generation Coronado native - her grandmother, Bea Falletta, has been a resident for 90 years!
Gina started her own company, Gina Falletta Design, in 2008 and is still going strong. Please feel free to contact her for any of your graphic design needs or just to simply chat about old Coronado!
Mackenzie Wiley, Staff Writer, Intern, CHS Student
Mackenzie will be a senior at Coronado High School. Mackenzie moved here when she was in the fifth grade from Virginia Beach, VA. She loved Coronado from the moment she arrived. She is part of the National Honors Society as well as a varsity water polo and volleyball athlete and she plans on playing water polo in college.
She joined the eCoronado team because she wants to be a part of the community that she loves. Mackenzie enjoys talking with people and hearing their stories, because everyone has something interesting to offer. She enjoys writing and reading. Her two favorite places in Coronado are the beach, and Café 1134 with a nice big Iced Caramel Macchiato.
Team members from left to right: Luke, Ellie, Greer Goebels, Kellee Hearther, Ashley Jenkins and Steve Johnson.