Ron Peterson, Jr.
Ron Peterson, Jr., is a bestselling author who has also been published in newspapers throughout Virginia and corporate publications throughout the country. His career includes work at the Virginian Pilot and Cox Media, where he was awarded the organization's "Outstanding Performance" award. Peterson's background also includes managing television advertising campaigns that have appeared on TV networks CNN, Discovery, Fox News, and ESPN. He is a board member of the Hampton Roads Sports Media Hall of Fame. Peterson first wrote about the Gina Hall case as a Radford University senior in 1987, majoring in Journalism/Communications and working as an editor for the student newspaper. In his research for Under the Trestle, he interviewed over 100 sources. A dynamic public speaker, Peterson has served as a guest lecturer at Radford University and given numerous presentations to audiences at Fortune 500 companies.