Jill Nielsen is a former banker turned journalist specializing in entrepreneurship, women-in-business, and the gig economy. She currently lives in Southern California with her husband and four kids.
January 26, 2022
Opinion: Applying Ethics of Care to Trauma Reporting
“With ethics of care, you have an obligation to care for the particular person in front of you," said Jeff Nielsen, a professor of philosophy and ethics.
January 26, 2022
Working Wardrobes Rebuilds Careers Amidst the Great Resignation
With unemployment still below pre-pandemic levels and workers quitting jobs at unprecedented rates, an Orange County-based nonprofit is helping people rebuild careers and get back to work — on their terms.
December 15, 2021
Frazier Martial Arts Creates Successful Futures, One Roundhouse Kick at a Time
"The mats provide a soft spot for the kids to land when they fall, but with encouragement from their peers and teachers, they get up and try again. Guzman watches, confident the lessons her students master will help them thrive beyond their time in the studio, just as they did for her."
December 13, 2021
Turning Boys Into Men: Fraternity Stands Up to Interpersonal Violence
Colored shirts were hung at the quad at Chapman University to bring awareness to interpersonal violence.
December 7, 2021
Opinion: Anonymous Sourcing’s Role in the Coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombing
"Anonymity brings with it a willingness to cast light into the dark places that hide secrets about what we all need to know. On the other hand, the use of anonymous sources makes the media a dupe for putting out unreliable stories." - Bruce Fritz