The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle is pleased to announce that Pittsburgh native David Rullo has joined the paper as a staff writer.
Rullo brings a wealth of journalism experience to the Chronicle. He has written for many local publications, including Distinction Magazine, NEXT Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. His radio experience includes serving as production director of KQV and as account executive at both KQV and CBS.
His poetry collection, “Tired Scenes from a City Window,” was published by Outskirts Press in 2014.
Most recently, Rullo served as the program coordinator for South Hills Jewish Pittsburgh, where he managed the organization’s website, handled its social media presence, and wrote articles of interest to the general South Hills community.
He studied journalism at Point Park University.
“We are very excited to have David join our team,” said Jim Busis CEO and publisher of the Chronicle. “He brings terrific experience in journalism and the community, and will really strengthen our bench.”
Joining the Chronicle “combines my two passions, which are writing and the Jewish community, specifically the Pittsburgh Jewish community,” said Rullo. “I have a real desire to serve the Pittsburgh Jewish community because it has done so much for my family, and I am thrilled to be a part of it.”
Rullo lives in Dormont with his wife, Kim Rullo, and their son, Jackson. PJC