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Rhys Jones – Journalism – Stanford Who’s Who Certified

Rhys Jones Is Published In The Stanford Who’s Who Network

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND,   March 27, 2013 /Stanford Who’s Who/ -- An accomplished author, teacher, speech therapist, and journalist with over four decades of diverse professional experience, Rhys Jones has enjoyed a tremendously successful career filled with several significant accomplishments, leading to his inclusion in the prestigious network of prominent professionals with Stanford Who’s Who.

Throughout his sensational professional career, Rhys Jones has routinely demonstrated the passion, vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be considered among the elite as well as to experience an abundance of success in all of his professional endeavors.

Starting his professional career in the 1970’s as a television journalist with NZBC in Auckland, Mr. Jones is now a celebrated author of three books and a freelance journalist. He currently works as a classic motorcycle columnist for Kiwi Rider magazine and as the Editor of Megaphone, the magazine of the New Zealand Classic Motorcycle Racing Register.

Rhys had his first book published by Random House in September of 2002 which was entitled, Taking to the Road: a history of motorcycling in New Zealand. He went on to publish his second book, On Track: a history of motor racing at Pukekohe, in 2008. Mr. Jones then published his third book, Legends on 2 Wheels, through Harper Collins in 2009.

Over the course of his incredibly impressive career, Rhys has worked for numerous prominent media outlets, including BBC Wales News and Current Affairs, BBC News in London, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, ESPN, and the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, serving in the roles of journalist, director, and producer. Demonstrating his professional proficiency, Mr. Jones has been the recipient of various awards, including a Bronze award at the 1985 New York Film & TV Festival for writing and directing a documentary on drought and flood in the outback.

Although he has gathered a substantial amount of his expertise through his voluminous professional experience, Rhys is also an extensively educated individual who attended Auckland University and Canterbury University during his collegiate career. Additionally, Mr. Jones was the recipient of a New Zealand Defence Service Medal from the New Zealand Government in 2011.

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