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KARI WILLIAMS

Journalist. Interviewer. Social Media Manager.

 
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ABOUT

Kari Williams - Journalist

Kari Williams is an award-winning journalist based in Kansas City, Mo. She currently is an associate editor for AmeriForce Media, working mostly on Reserve & National Guard Magazine.

Previously, she was a digital assignment editor for KSHB 41 in Kansas City, Mo., and the associate editor for VFW magazine, the official publication of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Since 2014, Kari has been a contributing writer for the Toronto, Ontario-based website, SLAM! Wrestling. She has had the opportunity to interview up-and-coming professional wrestlers, as well as current WWE stars and hall of famers.

Her journalism career began in 2011 with Call Publishing, a weekly newspaper in south St. Louis county. A 2011 graduate of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville's mass communications program, she returned to her alma mater in 2012 to pursue a master's degree.

Since moving to Kansas City, Mo., in 2016, she has contributed to Sunflower Publishing's regional magazines, In Kansas City magazine's online presence, The Pitch and 435 Magazine (now known as Kansas City magazine).

 

JUST PUBLISHED

Some of My Latest Stories

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January 2022

Tech Sgt. Leah Letson was as nervous as she’s ever been. It had been three years – and a variety of health issues – since she squared up against anyone. The mixed-martial artist, who doubles as a Wisconsin Air National Guardsman, was medically cleared in July after a hypothyroidism diagnosis. READ MORE.

November 2021

Despite public denial, service records show ‘The Golden Girls’ actress rose to the rank of staff sergeant in the Marine Corps Women's Reserve during World War II. READ MORE.

'A VICTIM OF SUPPORTIVE PARENTS': THE RJ CITY STORY

August 2021

RJ City has been blocked on Twitter by President Donald Trump, became friends with David Arquette and has a non-wrestling role on WWE’s digital platforms. All because he was the “victim of supportive parents.” “Home video footage suggests that I have been doing wrestling promos since before I could really talk,” City, 32, said. READ MORE.

 

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