Alexis Muellner is the editor for the Tampa Bay Business Journal. He earned a master’s degree in print journalism from the University of Miami, and a BA from Hampshire College. His roots are in public radio where credits include National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered,” “Weekend Edition,” “Crossroads,” and “Living on Earth.” He was an adjunct professor at Florida International University in Miami, where he taught the business and ethics of journalism, and broadcast writing and reporting. He was the winner of the prestigious Livingston Award for Young Journalists for his public radio series on the role of radio in Vietnam during the war.
His print journalism credits include the Miami Herald, Florida Trend, the New York Times, the Miami Daily Business Review, Quill and the Sports Business Journal. He has twice been the recipient of the national ACBJ Eagle Award, his company’s highest honor, for excellence in news. For TV, Muellner is a regular commentator for Bay News 9. He’s on the board of the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts and the Tampa Bay Community Network and Speak Up, a Tampa nonprofit that provides video production services, training and production crews for individuals and non-profits.