President of Cascade Writers 11/2014 – 08/2018
Head of Programming for Cascade Writers 03/2011 – 8/2017
Station Storyteller for KBTC (Part of PBS) 09/2017 – present
Freelance Author and Public Speaker 09/2011 – present
Social Media Manager & Independent Contractor 03/2013 – present
Coach and/or Personal Assistant 01/2015 – present
Associate Arts Degree in Multimedia Production
Transfer Student to Social Work BA program at the University of Washington (current)
Lover of life and all things fantastical, Alaina Ewing’s tales cross genres and allow her to explore her deepest beliefs about humanity. She wrote The Heart-Shaped Emblor, a tale of the Ewlishash (bringers of the light), and authored “Blood of the Mother” that appeared in the anthology Witches, Stitches & Bitches. Her flash and nonfiction have appeared on several websites like happiness.org and sweatpantsandcoffee.com.
Alaina is the former President of Cascade Writers, a nonprofit writing workshop in the northwest. She also manages social media and branding for several industry professionals, freelance writes for KBTC, runs a small press, and is currently in school to become a therapist.