October 2011
Utility Week;10/28/2011, p27
Trade Publication
An interview with Megan Darby, reporter at "Utility Week" magazine, is presented. Darby notes the different demands of the job finding a balance between getting out to meet people and getting words on the magazine page. She hopes to work in a publishing house and to write a book. She refers to her smart phone as her most treasured possession and reveals that she used to be a hooker in rugby and enjoyed knocking people over.


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