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  • Rania Abouzeid

    2013
    Rania Abouzeid is a freelance journalist who has chronicled the Syrian uprising since it began in 2011. Prior to that, she covered the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, and has reported on wars, assassinations and popular movements across the Middle East and Pakistan for the past 14 years. Her work has been published in TIME Magazine, The New Yorker, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy and a host of other outlets. Abouzeid has also appeared as a commentator on PBS, Al-Jazeera, BBC, CBS, CBC and other networks.
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  • Elizabeth Aguilera

    2011

    Elizabeth Aguilera is a reporter at the San Diego Union-Tribune where she covers immigration and demographics and also writes about the economy and its impact on families.

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  • Margarita Akhvlediani

    2007

    Margarita Akhvlediani worked as a reporter, editor and producer at a Georgian newspapers and radio stations through the civil wars and social breakdown of the early 1990s. She helped found the pioneering Caucasian news agency Black Sea Press and was Georgia correspondent for the legendary Russian radio station Ekho Mosky.

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  • Maria T. Alvarez

    2002

    Maria T. Alvarez writes for Newsday. As a general assignment and beat reporter for the New York Post, she covered the Elian Gonzalez news story, the murder trial of Kennedy family nephew Michael Skakel and Ground Zero on and after September 11. She is a former reporter for the Hartford Courant and Boston Globe.

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  • Donna Alvis-Banks

    2007

    Donna Alvis-Banks is a features reporter at the Roanoke (Va.) Times. Raised in Christiansburg, Va., she worked as a classroom teacher at Blacksburg High School before joining the Roanoke Times in 1988. As a features writer and news reporter she has won a Landmark Award and Virginia Press Association Award.

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  • Alberto Arce

    2015

    Alberto Arce joined the Associated Press in 2012 as a correspondent in Honduras where he also covered El Salvador. Previously he wrote investigative narratives for Guatemala’s Plaza Pública, and since 2004 covered conflicts in Lebanon, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine as a freelance cameraman and writer for Spanish and international media. He has been recognized with the 2009 Anna Lindh award for his coverage of Cast Lead Operation from the Gaza Strip, a 2012 Rory Peck award for his coverage of the battle of Misrata in Libya and a 2013 Overseas Press Club award for his work in Central America.

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  • Maria Arce

    2012

    María Arce is the editorial coordinator of Clarin.com, the biggest news site in Latin America. Prior to joining Clarin.com in 2008, Arce worked as a producer at Canal 13, Clarin Global, Press TV and the EFE News Agency. In 2009 Arce won the CEMEX-FNPI Prize awarded by the New Journalism Foundation Iberoamericano established by Gabriel Garcia Marquez for her reporting on Obama’s Presidential campaign in 2008. In 2010 she won the King of Spain Prize for the same assignment. She has taught journalism at the University of San Andres and guest lectured at other universities in Argentina and Brazil. She lives in Argentina.

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  • Solange Azevedo

    2010

    Solange Azevedo has been a journalist for Brazilian magazines for eleven years and has worked on more than 30 cover stories. She has been recognized with awards from many news organizations and was named a winner of the 2009 Human Rights and Service to the Community Award by the Inter American Press Association.

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  • Gina Barton

    2000

    Gina Barton covers federal court, federal agencies and legal issues for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. She also has worked at the Indianapolis Star, the South Bend (Ind.) Tribune and the Huntington (WV) Herald Dispatch.

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  • KPM Basheer

    2012

    KPM Basheer (Mohammed Basheer) has been writing on development and environmental issues, human rights, social conflicts and mental health for The Hindu, a major English-language daily in India, for two decades. His home state of Kerala has had one of the highest suicide rates in Asia. Basheer reported extensively on ‘family suicide’ whereby entire families ended their lives, mainly due to economic distress, and ‘farmer suicide’ caused by indebtedness and the sharp fall in the prices of agricultural products. He has also reported on the poor conditions of psychiatric care homes and mental health rehabilitation centers in Kerala. Basheer has won the Sarojini Naidu national award for excellence in journalism, Asian Rice Journalist Award, Panos South Asia Fellowship, and the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship of the US Government. He is currently a Special Correspondent with The Hindu and is based at Kochi, Kerala.

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  • Moni Basu

    2007

    Moni Basu is a national and international reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She has covered the Iraq war and spent five months embedded with a Georgia Army National Guard brigade.

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  • Darius Bazargan

    2004

    Darius Bazargan is a BBC producer based in the Northeastern United Kingdom. Bazargan has covered a wide range of stories, including the Genoa G-8 riots, arms smuggling, currency fraud, and gay weddings in South Africa.

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  • Keti Bochorishvili

    2001

    Keti Bochorishvili is a correspondent for the BBC Central Asia and Caucasus Service. Bochorishvili files regular news reports for the BBC's morning Russian-language radio program, and researches and organizes a weekly discussion program for the Central Asia Service. Earlier this year she produced a documentary series on the Georgian-Abkhaz war.

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  • Stefan Borg

    Director

    Stefan Borg is a senior foreign news correspondent and commentator at the TV4 Sweden news department. For more than twenty years he has reported from around the world on politics, conflicts and natural disasters. Stefan arrived early to cover the earth quakes in Haiti in 2010 and Nepal in 2015 as well as the typhoon in the Philippines in 2013. He has reported from the Balkan wars, the Middle East conflict including the first Gulf War 1991, the Gaza War 2014, the ”Arab Spring” in Egypt and the civil war in Libya 2011. Stefan was a New York based US Correspondent for TV4 1998-2003 and a Berlin based Eastern Europe correspondent for Swedish news paper Aftonbladet 1990-1992. Stefan has developed and handles travel security routines in hostile areas for TV4. He is a 2013 Ochberg Fellow.

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  • Kate Bramson

    2005

    Kate Bramson has been on the Providence (R.I.) Journal reporting staff since August, 2002. Bramson spent six months in 2003 covering the rape of a 15-year-old girl by a popular classmate in Burrillville, R.I. The story, “Rape in a Small Town,” won the 2004 Dart Award for Excellence in Reporting on Victims of Violence.

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  • Jimmie Briggs

    2001

    Jimmie Briggs is a freelance writer in New York City. Briggs has written on the struggles of young people in difficult circumstances, including child soldiers in battlegrounds around the world. His articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Village Voice, New York Times Magazine and George.

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  • Karen Brown

    Ochberg Fellow
    2015

    Karen Brown has been a reporter at New England Public Radio since 1998, focusing primarily on health and mental health issues. She also freelances for NPR, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, NOVA Next, and other national outlets. Brown has produced several radio documentaries that address the effects of trauma, including "Life After Stress: The Biology of Trauma and Resilience," "Never Forget: Holocaust Survivors Contend With New Memories of Past Trauma," and "Love, War, and PTSD: Anna and Peter Mohan.” She was a 2015 Dart Center Ochberg Fellow, a 2012-13 MIT-Knight Fellow in Science Journalism and a 2004-5 Rosalynn Carter Fellow in Mental Health Journalism. She received a Master of Journalism from the University of California at Berkeley in 1996.

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  • Peter Burdin

    2003

    Peter Burdin is the senior editor on the BBC’s Newsgathering team. In 1989, Burdin was on the BBC reporting team which covered the build-up to the violent suppression of democracy protests on China’s Tiananmen Square, and in the mid-90s, he spent three years in Johannesburg covering South Africa’s struggle to come to terms with its apartheid past. He has worked as assignments editor in BBC Newsgathering since 1996 and has played a key role in furthering the journalistic understanding of trauma.

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  • Peter Cave

    Peter Cave is a veteran foreign correspondent for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Over the past 30 years he has covered most of the world's trouble spots, winning Australia’s most prestigious journalism award five times for his coverage of Tiananmen Square, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Iraq War.

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  • Ron Claiborne

    2003

    Ron Claiborne is a correspondent for ABC Network News, Boston Bureau. A journalist for more than 20 years, Claiborne’s recent assignments included traveling as an “embed” aboard U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln during the war in Iraq and covering the Boston Catholic Church scandal. He has reported spot news, breaking news and feature stories for World News Tonight, World News Saturday and Sunday, and Good Morning America, and is a regular contributor to abcnews.com and ABC Radio Network.

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  • Maria Cleidejane Esperidião

    2014-2015

    Maria Cleidejane Esperidião began her journalism career in the early 1990’s. Her interests include international affairs and the role of global news agencies in setting the political agenda and in promoting global awareness. She has worked for several Brazilian magazines and newspapers and, since 1997, for Globo TV, the largest media company in Brazil. Over the last 8 years, Cleidejane has been editing and packaging stories filmed by Globo TV correspondents in Asia, the U.S., Europe and the Middle East, covering everything from the Arab Spring to the conflict in Syria and the recent war in Gaza. Since 2012, she has also worked for the international desk of Jornal Nacional, aired at prime time with a daily audience of around 30 million. In 1998, she was awarded an M.A. in Journalism Studies from Cardiff University, UK. She received her Ph.D. in 2011 from the Universidade Metodista de São Paulo (Methodist University of Sao Paulo), with research also developed in the U.S. at Bowling Green State University. She lives in Rio de Janeiro.

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  • Penny Cockerell

    2000

    Penny Cockerell is a correspondent for the Associated Press and former staff reporter for the Daily Oklahoman in Oklahoma City. Cockerell has covered tornadoes, murder and mayhem on the police beat, the Columbine High School shootings, the Texas A&M bonfire tragedy, and the Oklahoma City bombing and subsequent trials of two defendants.

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  • Emma Cowing

    2013
    Emma Cowing is a journalist for The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday. In 2008 while covering the war in Afghanistan she nearly lost her life after collapsing with acute heatstroke during a foot patrol on the front line in temperatures of 52 degrees centigrade. Following her rescue and rehabilitation, she turned her attention to covering the aftermath of war, highlighting issues faced by Scotland's large community of military veterans. She ran a Scotsman campaign, Support Our Troops, and has written extensively about veterans traumatized by their military experiences, and the support available to them. She has spent time with grieving families, and interviewed soldiers about the effects of war. Cowing cut her teeth as a junior reporter for The Sunday Times Scotland and is also a former features editor of The Scotsman. During her 16-year career she has reported from South America and Malaysia as well as across the UK and Scotland, covering topics ranging from the upcoming Scottish independence referendum to the plight of abandoned street children in Peru.
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  • Gabrielle Crist

    1999

    Gabrielle Crist was a staff writer for the Rocky Mountain News, formerly of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. She has written sensitive articles and features on domestic violence, including "Eric's Blessing," published in 2000, a five-part series on the impact his mother's death had on a young boy. She has also collaborated with Roger Simpson in developing guidelines for interviewing children in crisis.

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  • Dave Cullen

    2002

    David Cullen is a free-lance journalist. Cullen has contributed work to The New York Times, National Public Radio and the online publications Salon.com and Slate.com.

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  • Ted Czech

    2004

    Ted Czech covers fires, accidents, homicides and other traumatic subjects as a night police/general assignment reporter for the York (Penn.) Daily Record. He has also explored the study of how journalists are affected by the trauma they cover.

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  • Trenton Daniel

    2014-2015

    Trenton Daniel is an editor on the North America desk for The Associated Press in New York. Recently, he was the news cooperative’s Haiti correspondent, a post he began in March 2011. Prior to that, Daniel spent eight years as a staff writer with the Miami Herald, where he was part of a team that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for its 2010 Haiti earthquake coverage. Overseas assignments have also taken him to Iraq, Guatemala and throughout the Caribbean. He was a fellow with the International Reporting Project (formerly the Pew Fellowship program) in 2003 for which he traveled to Nigeria, and has also worked for the Committee to Protect Journalists in New York. Daniel is a graduate of Reed College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

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  • Gretel Daugherty

    2000

    Gretel Daugherty is a photojournalist in Colorado. Daugherty has worked for the Denver Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Associated Press. She has been active in reporting on post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and in fighting for the rights of military veterans who suffer from PTSD.

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  • Donna DeCesare

    2003

    Donna DeCesare is an award-winning photojournalist with extensive experience covering Latin America. She is currently on the faculty of the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin and a member of the Advisory Board of the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas.

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  • Janine di Giovanni

    2014-2015

    Janine di Giovanni is the Middle East Editor of Newsweek and an Associate Fellow at The Geneva Center for Security. She is the author of six books and will publish “Seven Days in Syria” (WW Norton) in July 2015. A documentary made alongside the book, which focuses on the ordinary lives of civilians responding to the war, will also come out at the same time. di Giovanni has reported on more than a dozen wars and conflicts over the past two decades. Her focus has always been civilian rights and human rights violations. She has won numerous awards, including an ASME National Magazine Award, two Amnesty International Awards, and Britain's Foreign Correspondent of the Year. Her trademark is to focus on the micro, and the effect of violence, trauma and war on society. She has worked in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Somalia, Liberia Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Chechnya, East Timor, Bosnia, Kosovo, Serbia and many other places. She has served as an adviser to the United Nations, as well as to senior military advisers. Her TED Talk on war got more than 750,000 hits on Youtube. di Giovanni is also a contributing editor for Vanity Fair and has been a contributor to Granta, The New York Times and Harpers. An American, she lives in Paris with her son, Luca.

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  • Rachel Dissell

    2015

    Rachel Dissell covers justice issues for The Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com. She has written investigative pieces about Cleveland’s response to sexual assault, gun violence, teen dating violence and government corruption. Dissell was awarded the 2008 Dart Award with photographer Gus Chan for their nine-part series “Johanna: Facing Forward” that chronicled the life of a Cleveland teen who was raped and shot by her ex-boyfriend. Dissell currently teaches journalism at her alma mater, Kent State.

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  • Amy Dockser Marcus

    2009

    Amy Dockser Marcus is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal. She was based in Israel as the Journal's Middle East correspondent from 1991 to 1998, and has written two books that grew out of her experiences there. She was awarded the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting for a series she wrote about the physical, emotional, and monetary challenges facing cancer survivors.

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  • Alex Duval Smith

    2015 Ochberg Fellow

    Alex Duval Smith is a freelance journalist who works mainly for British and French text, audio and visual media. In 1998 she was appointed The Guardian's Africa Correspondent. Since then, most of her work has focused on Africa where she has covered all aspects of life across the continent. She has also reported from many conflicts and their aftermath. Most recently as the BBC's resident correspondent in Mali, she dealt with safety threats on many levels. After years of parachuting into stories, she faced the new challenge of living among people who had experienced extreme levels of trauma. In October 2015 she moved to Poland, where she is reporting primarily for The Guardian.

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  • Kathryn Eastburn

    2001

    Kathryn Eastburn is an editor of the Colorado Springs Independent. Eastburn has written about teen suicide and its repercussions, depression, and the murder of a child by a family member. In covering these topics, she has raised issues of the gang mentality, bullying, ready access to lethal weapons, and the need for more open dialogue about violence and traumatic events.

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  • Patricia Evangelista

    2015

    Patricia Evangelista is a multimedia reporter working in text, video and photography. She covers conflict, disaster and human rights for the online news agency Rappler, and is a writer-at-large for Esquire Philippines. Her work ranges from the largely taboo issues of abortion and contraception in Catholic Philippines to the 2009 massacre of journalists in Ampatuan, Maguindanao. In 2014, she won the Kate Webb Prize for her coverage of the siege of Zamboanga and the aftermath of Super Typhoon Haiyan.

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  • Patrick Farrell

    2010

    Patrick Farrell has been a photographer at The Miami Herald since 1987. He is the recipient of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography for his photographs of the devastation in Haiti caused by a particularly brutal hurricane season. 

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  • Angelina Fusco

    2012

    Angelina Fusco is an editor for television news for BBC Northern Ireland. She has thirty years’ experience covering the Northern Ireland Troubles. Almost half of that period has been spent as the editor of BBC Northern Ireland Television News, leading a large team covering some of the most politically complex, editorially challenging and sensitive stories in any part of Western Europe. For the last 14 years she has been directly responsible for the content of all BBC television news programs in Northern Ireland. Many of these have concerned stories which have generated world headlines, ranging such from the Omagh bombing and IRA and Loyalist ceasefires through to the 100th anniversary of Titanic and the Olympic Torch as well as Royal and US Presidential visits. She recently completed a 12 month attachment as a senior trainer at the BBC’s prestigious College of Journalism, working with senior staff from the BBC and other news organizations from around the world.

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  • Natasha Gardner

    2011

    Natasha Gardner is a writer and editor at 5280, Denver’s magazine. Gardner’s investigative work focuses on the justice system and child welfare.

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  • Arnessa Garrett

    2006

    A professional journalist since 1990, Arnessa M. Garrett, 35, began her career as an intern at The Times-Picayune in New Orleans. She attended Tulane University and was named a Truman Scholar in 1990. She spent her junior year of college at the Institut d’etudes politiques in Paris.

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  • Javier Garza

    2013 Ochberg Fellow

    Javier Garza is a journalist based in Torreón, Mexico. As editorial director of El Siglo de Torreón he developed safety protocols for covering a wave of violence unleashed by organized crime groups in the city, which included armed attacks and kidnappings against the newspaper. He is recipient of the Dart Ochberg fellowship (2013). In 2014-15 he was a Knight Fellow at the International Center for Journalists focused on digital security and documenting attacks against the press in Mexico. Garza has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the Universidad Iberoamericana and a master’s in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. He has lectured on violence against the media at universities and press organizations in Mexico, the United States, Europe and South America and serves as an adviser on Newsroom Safety at the World Association of Newspapers (WAN-IFRA).

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  • Aaron Glantz

    2011 Ochberg Fellow
    Aaron Glantz is an investigative reporter at Reveal. He is the author of two books on the Iraq war, The War Comes Home: Washington's Battle Against America's Veterans and How America Lost Iraq.
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  • Carol Gorga Williams

    2001

    Carol Gorga Williams is a reporter for the Asbury Park Press in New Jersey. Gorga Williams has covered crime and the criminal justice system, diversity issues, trauma, post-traumatic stress and acute stress disorder. She is currently working on a 20-month project on the impact of fatal crashes on survivors and the community at large.

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  • Dan Grech

    2008

    Dan Grech is co-senior producer and co-host of WLRN's "Under the Sun." Dan is also the radio news director for the WLRN Miami Herald Report, where he produces 15 daily newscasts for South Florida’s public radio station

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  • Frank Green

    Ochberg Fellow
    2001

    Frank Green is a reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia. Green's coverage of the criminal justice system and prison issues includes capital punishment, wrongful convictions, sexual assault victims, and prosecutorial and police misconduct. He has been credited with helping clear the names of several wrongfully convicted persons. Green was the 1997 winner of the Thurgood Marshall Journalism Award for his coverage of the death penalty, the 2015 Innocence Network Journalism Award, and the Virginia Press Association Journalist of the Year Award 2015.

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  • Lori Grinker

    2005

    Lori Grinker is a photographer for Contact Press Images. She has photographed victims of violent conflict and war in more than 30 countries.

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  • Safiullah Gul

    2014-2015

    Safiullah Gul began his journalism career in 1995 working for English print media in Pakistan at publications including The Frontier Post, The News International, The Sun International, The Statesman and Dawn newspaper. As a journalist from South Waziristan, one of the most volatile regions along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, Gul was a go-authority for stories from South Waziristan and the eastern border of Afghanistan immediately after the 9/11. Gul has contributed to Paravda.ru as well as to local print media. In 2007 he joined Geo English TV as a correspondent from the KPK and tribal region. In 2008 he was named bureau chief for the DUNYA News Network. Gul was injured in a double-bombing incident, and survived many other encounters while covering attacks on NATO supply routes. He was a 2013 Dart Asia Pacific fellow, and has trained other journalists on political reporting, conflict reporting, safe journalism, ethical journalism and journalists’ security and wellbeing.

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  • David Handschuh

    1999

    David Handschuh is a photographer for the New York Daily News. He covered the Columbine High School shootings, the aftermath of Pan Am flight 103's crash in Scotland, and the tragic Happy Land Social Club fire in New York City. He served for three years on the executive of the National Press Photographers Association and, in July 2000 was elected to a one-year term as the organization's president.

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  • Alex Hannaford

    2012 Ochberg Fellow

    Alex Hannaford is a British journalist based in Texas. He has written about the death penalty, crime, harsh sentencing, religion, culture and human rights issues for the Sunday Times and Sunday Telegraph magazines, The Guardian, GQ, Esquire, The Atlantic, The Nation, and the Texas Observer. He is a 2012 Dart Center Ochberg Fellow.

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  • Khaled Hasan

    2011

    Khaled Hasan is a storyteller and photographer.  Hasan has worked as a freelancer for several daily newspapers in Bangladesh as well as for international magazines. His documentary project "Living Stone" has won numerous international awards.

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  • Ron Haviv

    2004

    Ron Haviv is a photographer for the VII agency (of which he is a co-founder), has covered conflict in Latin America and the Caribbean, crisis in Africa, the Gulf War, fighting in Russia, conflict in the Balkans, the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, the war in Afghanistan and the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

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  • Caleb Hellerman

    2004

    Caleb Hellerman is a producer for CNN's chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta. He has reported extensively on mental health and trauma issues, including suicide and experimental drug treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder.

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  • Amy Herdy

    2004

    Amy Herdy is an investigative reporter for the The Denver Post. She spent more than a year uncovering flaws in the handling of domestic abuse and sexual assault cases in the military, for the series “Betrayal in the Ranks,” which was a finalist for the 2004 Dart Award. She joined the Post in 2002, after six years at the St. Petersburg Times.

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  • George Hoff

    2007

    George Hoff is Managing Editor of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation News in Ottawa. He has also served as the CBC's director of global news gathering, senior executive producer of news and Washington bureau producer. He is chair of the North American Broadcasters Association Safety and Security Committee and sits on the board of RTNDA Canada.

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  • Stuart Hughes

    2012

    Stuart Hughes is senior world affairs producer with BBC News, working across TV, radio, online and social media. He is based in London, and has worked in international news for more than a decade, While covering the Iraq War in 2003, Stuart stepped on an anti-personnel landmine. As a result of his injuries his right leg was amputated below the knee. He is an active campaigner against landmines and a patron of the Mines Advisory Group. Hughes is a member of the advisory committee of the Rory Peck Trust, and a consultant to the International News Safety Institute. He was a 2012 Dart Center Ochberg Fellow.

     

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  • Dana Hull

    2004

    Dana Hull has been a metro reporter for The San Jose Mercury News since 1999. He has reported on the California energy crisis, earthquakes, the anti-WTO demonstrations in Seattle, forest fires, sexual abuse by Catholic priests and Retired Gen. Wesley Clark's campaign for the presidency.

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  • Liisa Hyvarinen Temple

    2001

    Liisa Hyvarinen Temple is a journalist based in Tampa, Florida working in print, broadcast and online. She is also adjunct professor for print and broadcast journalism at University of South Florida and University of Tampa.

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  • Kateryna Ivanova

    2011

    Kateryna Ivanova heads the only investigative news organization in Ukraine, the Rivne Investigative Reporting Agency. She also runs a multimedia investigative project called Chetverta Vlada - The Forth Estate.

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  • Laura Jackson

    2000

    Laura Jackson is a producer-in-residence for WHYY, a public-television station in Philadelphia. Jackson has produced documentaries on economic justice for women, rehabilitation for first-time offenders in a county jail, and efforts to improve the quality of life in violent neighborhoods.

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  • Lena Jakobsson

    2006

    Lena Jakobsson is a producer for Court TV news. Among many other stories, she has covered the trials of Andrea Yates, Zacarias Moussaoui and Edgar Ray Killen, and the massacre at Columbine High School.

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  • Robert L. Jamieson Jr.

    2005

    Robert L. Jamieson Jr. is a metro columnist for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. He began as a P-I reporter in 1991, covering education, city hall and general assignment beats.

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  • Jenny Johanna Manrique Cortés

    2006

    Jenny Johanna Manrique Cortés is a freelance journalist formerly based in Bucaramanga, Colombia. After reporting for the publication Vanguardia Liberal on the activities of paramilitary groups, Manrique received a number of death threats and was forced to leave Colombia. Since leaving Colombia in March 2006, she has written for El Espectator, Latin America Press, and Interprensa.

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  • Abigail Jones

    2014-2015

    Abigail Jones is a writer, editor and New York Times bestselling author. She is a senior writer at Newsweek, where she has written cover stories on Jane Goodall, America's college drinking crisis, the sexualization of tween girls, and homophobia in figure skating. She has also investigated the Slender Man stabbing, Alzheimer's disease and a little-known housing solution for aging Americans. Before joining Newsweek, Jones worked at the Forward, The Daily and The Atlantic, and freelanced widely. She co-authored the New York Times nonfiction bestseller “Restless Virgins: Love, Sex, and Survival in Prep School,” now a Lifetime Original Movie. She has an M.A. in Arts and Culture Journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, an M.S. in Creative Writing from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and a B.A. in English from Dartmouth College. She lives in New York City.

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  • Maggie Jones

    2013
    Maggie Jones is a contributing writer at The New York Times Magazine and a 2012 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. A National Magazine Award finalist, Jones writes about social issues including immigration, poverty, race, gender, education and families. She has also written articles and book reviews for The New York Times, The Washington Post, Slate, Salon, Mother Jones, Elle and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Jones has been a guest lecturer at Boston College and Harvard University on topics ranging from immigration to narrative journalism. In addition to her work throughout the United States, she has reported from Japan, Thailand, Burma and Guatemala.
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  • Susan Kaplan

    2010

    Susan Kaplan has been a public radio reporter at the NPR affiliate WFCR, based in Western Massachusetts, since 1995. Her work focuses on education, innovative technologies and most recently women in the military.  

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  • Jeff Kelly Lowenstein

    2008

    Jeff Kellly Lowenstein has been a staff reporter for The Chicago Reporter since January 2006, before which he wrote for South Shore Community News on Chicago's South Side for more than a year. His work has been published in the Chicago Tribune, the Boston Herald, the Daily Herald and the Common Review, among many other publications.

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  • Seamus Kelters

    2002

    Seamus Kelters is a television producer for the British Broadcasting Corporation. A native of Ireland, Kelters is a co-creator of Lost Lives, a highly detailed chronicle of the lives of the more than 3,600 men, women, and children killed in Northern Ireland from 1966-2000. He joined the BBC as a broadcast journalist and was a journalist for the Irish News newspaper.

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  • Kelly Kennedy

    2008

    Kelly Kennedy has, since February 2007, been a medical/health reporter for all of Gannett's military papers — Army Times, Air Force Times, Navy Times and Marine Times.  Before that, she was a reporter for Army Times.

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  • Kathie Klarreich

    2011

    Kathie Klarreich began her career as a journalist in Haiti in 1986. Since then, she has reported for print, radio and television. As one of the International Center for Journalists’ Knight International Journalism Fellows, her current focus is coaching and mentoring Haitian journalists in investigative reporting skills to help them track the aid money.

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  • Peter Klein

    2015

    Peter Klein is a broadcast journalist and the founder of the Global Reporting Centre, a non-profit focused on producing and innovating journalism on underreported issues around the world. He is the former director of the University of British Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, where he continues to teach the International Reporting course. Klein was a longtime producer at CBS News 60 Minutes, and is a regular opinion contributor to The Globe & Mail. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including several Emmy, Murrow and Sigma Delta Chi awards. He has an MS in Journalism from Columbia, and lives in Vancouver, Canada.

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  • Kim Komenich

    2006

    Kim Komenich is a staff photographer at the San Francisco Chronicle. He has covered stories in the Philippines, Vietnam, El Salvador, the Soviet Union and Guyana. Most recently he made three trips to Iraq as an embed. He won the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography, the 1983 World Press Photo award for news picture stories, the National Distinguished Service Award from the Society for Professional Journalists and three National Headliner Awards .

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  • Dina Kraft

    2014-2015

    Dina Kraft is a freelance journalist and the associate program coordinator of the Media Innovation track at Northeastern University’s School of Journalism. A long-time foreign correspondent, first for The Associated Press and then as a freelancer writer for The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, JTA and others, Kraft covered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for over a decade. As an A.P. correspondent she was also based in Johannesburg where she covered southern Africa, reporting extensively on the AIDS pandemic. Kraft has reported from Turkey, Pakistan, Russia, Tunisia, Jordan and the Ukraine. In the U.S. her reporting has shifted to urban violence and incarceration in America. She was a 2012 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.

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  • Teru Kuwayama

    2010

    Teru Kuwayama is a freelance photographer based in New York City. His first published photographs were in Maximum Rock'n'Roll, an international punk rock fanzine based in the Bay Area. In 1998, he began working as a contributing photographer to Life magazine, and then for other publications including Time, Newsweek, National Geographic and Outside. 

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  • Christina Lamb

    2008

    Christina Lamb is currently a roving foreign affairs correspondent for the Sunday Times of London.  She has been a foreign correspondent for more than 20 years, living in Pakistan, Brazil and South Africa. 

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  • Imogen Lamb

    2014-2015 Ochberg Fellow

    Imogen Lamb is a British-born journalist and producer with Radio France International, based in Paris. She has been on assignment all over Africa, Asia, the Middle East and North America, working in both French and English. She has reported on political, economic and cultural events and has covered issues that include human rights, health, immigration, education and gender. Her assignments have mostly focused on people living in difficult circumstances due to war, violence, famine, abuse, discrimination or disability.

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  • Alysa Landry

    2008

    Alysa Landry is a reporter at the Farmington Daily Times in Four Corners, N.M. She covers the Navajo Nation and has reported extensively on returning Iraq War veterans. The winner of an Associated Press Managing Editors award for beat reporting, she was previously a reporter for the Patriot-Ledger of Quincy, Mass.

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  • Arlene Levinson

    1999

    Arlene Levinson is a national writer for the Associated Press in New York. She has written for the Sydney Morning Herald in Australia, The Charlotte Observer and other newspapers, and published An Addict in the Family in 1986. She has been recognized for her skills as an investigative journalist and coverage of violence as a societal issue.

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  • Russell Lewis

    2010

    Russell Lewis is the Southern Bureau Chief for NPR News, a post he has held since 2006. Lewis focuses on the issues and news central to the Southeast — from Florida to Virginia to Texas, including West Virginia, Kentucky and Oklahoma. In addition to developing and expanding NPR's coverage of the region, Lewis assigns and edits stories from station-based reporters and freelancers alike, working closely with local correspondents and public radio stations. He also spent a year in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, coordinating NPR's coverage of the rebuilding effort. He's currently based in Birmingham, Alabama.

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  • Julia A. Lieblich

    2002

    Julia A. Lieblich is a religion writer for The Chicago Tribune. Author of the book Sisters: Lives of Devotion and Defiance, a nonfiction portrait of four nuns in the Roman Catholic Church, Lieblich's recent work includes articles on the sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church

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  • Kristen Lombardi

    2003

    Kristen Lombardi is a staff writer at the Center for Public Integrity.  Previously she was a reporter at the Village Voice and at the Boston Phoenx, where she provided ground-breaking coverage of the Boston clergy-abuse scandal.

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  • David Loyn

    2005

    David Loyn is an award-winning foreign correspondent for the BBC, where he has worked for 30 years reporting from Moscow, Kosovo, Kashmir, and Kabul, among other places. He also was the only foreign correspondent who was with the Taliban when they took Kabul in 1996.  

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  • Kari Lydersen

    2009

    Kari Lydersen is a staff writer for The Washington Post in their Midwest bureau, and also freelances for various publications including The Chicago Reader and In These Times. She is the author of three books, and co-author of "Shoot an Iraqi: Art, Life and Resistance Under the Gun."

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  • James MacMillan

    2007

    James MacMillan is an independent multimedia journalist, university educator and new media consultant based in Philadelphia. He was senior photographer and photo-columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News, where he worked beginning in 1991.

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  • Beth Macy

    2011

    Beth Macy is the families beat reporter at The Roanoke Times in Virginia, where she has worked since 1989. Her reporting on immigrant families has won several national honors, including a Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism, a Columbia University race reporting prize and inclusion in “The Best Newspaper Writing: 2007-2008.”

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  • Alia Malek

    2012
    Alia Malek is a journalist and civil rights lawyer. She is the author of A Country Called Amreeka: US History Re-Told Through Arab American Lives and editor of Patriot Acts: Narratives of Post 9/11 Injustices. Her reportage has appeared in several places including the New York Times, The Nation, the Christian Science Monitor, Jadaliyya, McSweeneys, and Guernica. 
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  • Melissa Manware

    2005

    Melissa Manware has been a public safety reporter for The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer since 1998. Among many tragic stories, she has written about a teenager who told her family that she'd been molested (the teenager's father then killed the man she'd accused); a 26-year-old death row inmate convicted of stabbing and beating his parents to death; and a homeless, alcoholic Army veteran who died in a fire he started to keep warm.

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  • Michael Marizco

    2007

    Michael Marizco is a freelance journalist and editor of BorderReporter.com, investigating and covering issues in the Mexico-U.S. border regions. He has reported extensively on the killings of migrants, and for the last several years has been investigating the cases of missing and murdered Mexican reporters.

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  • John McCusker

    2009

    John McCusker has been a staff photographer at the New Orleans Times-Picayune newspaper since 1986. In 2005 he was one of a dozen staffers at the newspaper that stayed behind to document the destruction of Hurricane Katrina.  McCusker was part of a reporting team awarded the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for their coverage of Hurricane Katrina.

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  • Paul McEnroe

    2005

    Paul McEnroe is an investigative reporter for the Minneapolis Star Tribune.  He has covered murders, clergy abuse, government wrongdoing and war in his 25-year career at the Star Tribune. He covered the 1991 Gulf War and the current war in Iraq as an unembedded unilateral. In mid-February 2003, McEnroe and a Star Tribune photographer smuggled themselves across the Turkish border into Iraqi Kurdistan in the back of a potato truck.

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  • Tara McKelvey

    2007

    Tara Mckelvey is a senior editor at The American Prospect Magazine. She is a research fellow at NYU School of Law's Center on Law and Security and a contributing editor to Marie Claire magazine.

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  • Maryn McKenna

    2009

    Maryn McKenna is an independent magazine and online journalist specializing in domestic and global public health and health policy. She writes for the magazines SELF, Health and More, and is a contributing writer for the Annals of Emergency Medicine and a staff member at the nonprofit online news service CIDRAP.

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  • Kevin McKiernan

    2006

    Kevin McKiernan a freelance journalist, filmmaker, photographer and television producer, has reported from Central America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. His articles and photographs have appeared in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Christian Science Monitor, Newsweek, Time and other publications.

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  • Brett McLeod

    2010

    Brett McLeod is a journalist with the Nine Network in Melbourne Australia. His reporting has taken him all over the world, most recently to Bangkok, where he covered the Red Shirt protests and to the conflict zones of Baghdad, Beirut and Dili. 

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  • Amy McQuire

    2014-2015

    Amy McQuire is a Darumbal and South Sea Islander journalist who has worked in Indigenous media in Australia for eight years. She has been the editor of two national Indigenous newspapers - the National Indigenous Times and Tracker Magazine, and a political correspondent for National Indigenous Television. McQuire is currently a journalist at the independent political website New Matilda and on the board of the peak body for Indigenous media the Australian Indigenous Communications Association (AICA). Her passion is Aboriginal affairs and human rights.

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  • Jacques Menasche

    2010

    Jacques Menasche is an independent writer, editor, and filmmaker. He began his career as a desk clerk at The New York Times and has since covered conflict and culture around the world. His writing has appeared in The New York Daily News, ESPN The Magazine, Vanity Fair, Fader, The Independent, and Corriere dela Sera. 

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  • Rosa Meneses

    2012

    Rosa Meneses is a news reporter on the foreign desk of El Mundo, one of Spain’s leading newspapers. Since 1999, she has specialized in coverage of the Middle East and North Africa. Since the outbreak of the 2011 Arab Spring, she has covered the Tunisian revolution, the conflict in Libya in all its phases and the civil war in Syria. While covering the Libyan uprising in Misurata Meneses was shot in the back, surviving thanks to a flak jacket. She reported on the war in Lebanon (summer of 2006) and since 2003 she has been travelling regularly to report on events in Algeria, Morocco, Western Sahara, Egypt, Sudan, Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, the Gulf countries and the Israel-Palestine conflict. Meneses won the Spain’s National Award on New Journalism in 2010 for her coverage in Morocco. She currently is a contributor for the think-tanks NOREF (Oslo) and CEIPAZ (Madrid), and an analyst for Radio Nederland (Dutch National Radio’s Spanish service) and Revolve Magazine.

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  • Josh Meyer

    2013

    Josh Meyer is Director of Education and Outreach at the Medill National Security Initiative, and the McCormick Lecturer in National Security Studies at the Medill School of Journalism. Before joining Medill in January 2010, Meyer spent 20 years at the Los Angeles Times where he focused on a wide range of issues, including government, politics and law enforcement. From 2000 on, he focused on terrorism and related intelligence, law enforcement and national security issues while traveling extensively to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Persian Gulf. Meyer is the co-author of the 2012 bestselling book, The Hunt For KSM; Inside the Pursuit and Takedown of the Real 9/11 Mastermind, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, which was named a New York Times “Editors’ Choice’’ book in July 2012. During his two decades at the Los Angeles Times, Meyer shared two staff Pulitzer Prizes, and was nominated himself on numerous other occasions. He has been recognized with top awards from the Southern California Press Association for his investigative reporting as well as the overseas Press Club’s Hal Boyle international reporting award.

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  • Lisa Millar

    2007

    Lisa Millar is a senior journalist with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, working in both radio and television as a journalist and presenter. She was a foreign correspondent for the ABC in Washington, D.C., for three years and has covered major stories in Asia, London and America, including the 2005 Bali bombing and the controversial hanging of an Australian drug runner in Singapore. She won a Walkley Award for investigative reporting in 2005.

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  • Miles Moffeit

    2004

    Miles Moffeit is an investigative reporter for The Denver Post. He spent more than a year uncovering flaws in the handling of domestic abuse and sexual assault cases in the military, for the series “Betrayal in the Ranks,” which was a finalist for the 2004 Dart Award.

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  • Jina Moore

    2009

    Jina Moore is a a freelance journalist and multimedia producer who covers human rights, Africa and foreign affairs. She is a regular correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor, and has worked from Liberia, Sierra Leone, Rwanda and eastern Congo. Her work has also appeared in Foreign Policy, Newsweek, The Columbia Journalism Review, The Walrus (Canada), Glamour Magazine, Harvard Magazine, Congressional Quarterly Press, and "Best American Science Writing," among others. She was a Dart Center Ochberg Fellow in 2009.

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  • John Moore

    2008

    John Moore is a photojournalist for Getty Images. Moore won the 2007 Robert Capa Gold Medal Award from the Overseas Press Club of America for his photograph capturing the assassination of Benazir Bhutto and received this year’s Best of Photojournalism Award from the National Press Photographers Association.

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  • Hollman Morris

    2008

    Hollman Morris is a reporter for “Contravía” on Channel One in Colombia.  This year the Foundation for New Journalism, established by Colombian Nobel Laureate Gabriel García Márquez, recognized Morris with the top award for TV reporting in Latin America.  Human Rights Watch also awarded Morris the 2007 Human Rights Defender Award for courageous reporting.

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  • Pete Muller

    2015

    Pete Muller is an American photographer based in Nairobi, Kenya. His work focuses on masculinity, national identity and conflict in post-colonial states. He works on a mix of editorial assignments and long-term personal projects. His ongoing work, A Tale of Two Wolves, examines the interplay between concepts of masculinity, male experience and violence. He has worked in South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, the Palestinian Territories, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone and elsewhere. He is a contributing photographer to National Geographic Magazine, TIME Magazine, and the Washington Post and has received awards from World Press Photo, the Overseas Press Club, TIME Magazine, Pictures of the Year International, the Open Society Institute and others. He is member of the photo collective, Prime.

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  • Tara Murtha

    2012

    Tara Murtha is a writer and columnist at Philadelphia Weekly, where she focuses on news, crime, policy and social justice issues with particular interest in youth violence, sexual violence, gender/media issues and reproductive rights. Murtha is a member of GunCrisis.org, an experimental multimedia collaboration of journalists that documents the gunfire homicide crisis in Philadelphia in search of solutions. In 2012 and 2011, Murtha was honored with the Distinguished Writer award by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. In 2012, PW’s “The Rape Issue” earned the first place Public Interest award by the Association for Alternative Newsmedia for exposing shortfalls of the criminal justice system in correctly classifying and successfully prosecuting rape. She earned a master’s degree in English & Publishing from Rosemont College and teaches journalism at Temple University.

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  • Scott North

    2003

    Scott North is a courts and crime reporter for The Herald in Everett, WA. North has reported on virtually every aspect of the criminal justice system and helped The Herald develop innovative techniques in covering violence in a sensitive, accurate, and insightful way.

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  • Maria Nyanyiwa Mataruse

    2012

    Maria Nyanyiwa Mataruse is a Radio Editor with Zimbabwe’s Radio Voice of the People (VOP), a broadcasting house that is currently operating from exile owing to the restrictive media laws in the country. She joined Radio VOP in 2002 as a producer for the popular program “The People Are Talking.” In the same year the organization’s offices were bombed. In 2005 she was arrested together with two other producers and board members for allegedly broadcasting without a license. After a lengthy trial the case against her and the other employees and board members was thrown out by the courts. To ensure consistency on air, Radio VOP the organization was forced to relocate to South Africa.

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  • Finbarr O'Reilly

    2013

    Finbarr O’Reilly is a Reuters staff photographer based in West Africa. He began his journalism career as a writer in Canada and has lived and worked in Africa for the past decade, covering conflict and social issues across the continent. He turned to photography in 2005. In 2006 he was awarded the World Press Photo of the Year, and has since won numerous top industry awards for his multimedia work and photography, which has been exhibited internationally. O’Reilly has published long-term projects on Congo and Afghanistan and is among those profiled in “Under Fire: Journalists in Combat,” a documentary film about the psychological costs of covering war. The film was shortlisted for a 2012 Academy Award and won a 2013 Peabody Award. O’Reilly was a 2013 Nieman Fellow at Harvard.

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  • Dave Philipps

    2010

    Dave Philipps is the author of "Lethal Warriors: When the New Band of Brothers Came Home," published by Palgrave Macmillan.  A reporter for The Colorado Springs Gazette, he writes long-form investigative pieces as well as light features. He was a finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize in the local reporting category for his series, “Casualties of War,” on combat soldiers at Fort Carson returning from war and committing violence in Colorado Springs.

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  • Ronke Phillips

    2009

    Ronke Phillips has been a journalist for more than 20 years working in print, radio and television. She has worked for BBC Day Time, BBC features, BBC New York and GMTV, and is currently a correspondent for ITV's London Tonight.

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  • Ruth Pollard

    2013
    Ruth Pollard is an award-winning journalist and editor with 23 years experience in journalism. She is the Middle East Correspondent for two Australian newspapers: The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Based in Cairo, her job takes her throughout the Middle East and North Africa, reporting on the Arab revolutions from Egypt, Libya, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, Tunisia and on the conflict in Israel and Palestine. She is a two- time finalist for the Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism and the 2009 winner of the Australian Human Right Community Human Rights Award for Newsprint Feature. Pollard is a past president of the NSW Journalists’ Benevolent Fund.
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  • Natalie Pompilio

    2001

    Natalie Pompilio a staff writer for the Times-Picayune in New Orleans. Pompilio covers the police beat in a city known for an unusually high rate of violent crime.

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  • Ashley Powers

    2012

    Ashley Powers is a reporter for the Los Angeles Times. She spent four years as a national correspondent based in Las Vegas, where she covered Nevada’s economic collapse during the Great Recession and its struggles with homelessness, suicide and child prostitution. She also wrote extensively about survivors of major tragedies, including mass shootings in Aurora, Colo., and Tucson, Ariz., and wildfires in Texas. A 2003 graduate of the University of Toledo in Ohio, Powers now covers courts and legal issues in Southern California. Her work has been honored by the Best of the West and Los Angeles Press Club journalism contests and cited in “The Best American Sports Writing.”

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  • Kari Pricher

    2013
    Kari Pricher is an Editorial Producer for CNN Anderson Cooper 360. For more than a decade, she has traveled to communities coping with enormous loss to bring their stories to light. Recent assignments have included the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, the bombings at the Boston Marathon, the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, and post-tornado devastation in Moore, Oklahoma. From 2007 to 2011, Pricher was a segment producer with ABC Good Morning America Weekend, and, from 2011-2012 she was part of the team at The Dr. Oz Show who won the Emmy Award for Best Daytime Talk Show/Informative.
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  • Joe Raedle

    2011

    Joe Raedle is a photographer with Getty Images based in Miami. His work with Getty has varied from festivities in the bayous of Louisiana to the mountain peaks of war-torn Afghanistan and the deserts of Iraq.

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  • Rawya Rageh

    2014-2015

    Rawya Rageh is a roving correspondent for Al Jazeera English. She has been covering Nigeria and Kenya for the past year, including the aftermath of brutal attacks by the armed groups Boko Haram and Al Shabab, and their impact on people's lives. She was the first Al Jazeera English reporter to cover the unfolding protests in Egypt in January 2011, which culminated in the removal of Hosni Mubarak from office, and continued to cover the subsequent tumultuous transition for more than two years. Her coverage of the Egyptian Revolution was listed by Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism among 100 "Great Stories" produced by its alumni in the past 100 years. Rageh also covered the Iraq war in its early years, the subsequent civil war, Saddam's genocide trial, as well as the gradual withdrawal of US forces from there. Before joining AJE, she was a Middle-East based reporter for A.P., covering major regional stories, including the crisis in Darfur, Sudan. She received her M.S. from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

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  • Kari René Hall

    2004

    Kari René Hall is a free-lance photographer. She has photographed car accidents, plane crashes, shooting scenes, murder trials, drowning, funerals, grieving families and many other traumatic stories during more than two decades as a journalist.

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  • Amanda Rivkin

    2014-2015

    Amanda Rivkin is a photojournalist whose work has been published in the Financial Times, Foreign Policy, Le Monde, The Sunday Times of London Magazine, The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, TIME, and others. She has given interviews about her work to the BBC World Service, National Geographic Weekend Radio, and Voice of Russia. Her work has been exhibited in the U.S., Spain and Syria. Rivkin was the recipient of a National Geographic Young Explorers Grant to photograph life along the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey in 2010 and in 2014 to photograph the postwar reconstruction of Bosnia; a Poynter Fellowship at Yale University to give a lecture, “Protests, Pipelines and Women: Photojournalism in Turkey and Azerbaijan” in the fall of 2013; a Fulbright grant to photograph in Azerbaijan in 2011-2012; and a McCloy Fellowship in Journalism from the American Council on Germany to report in Germany and Poland on the controversial Center Against Expulsions in 2007. Rivkin holds degrees from the Georgetown University Graduate School of Foreign Service, Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and Sarah Lawrence College.

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  • Devin Robins

    2008

    Devin Robins has worked as a producer and director for National Public Radio for more than a decade on shows including "Talk of the Nation," "The Tavis Smiley Show" and "News and Notes." Over the years, her work has included producing more than 50 hours of NPR's live news coverage of 9/11, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as Hurricane Katrina and it's aftermath.

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  • Huáscar Robles Carrasquillo

    2009

    Huáscar Robles Carrasquillo covers urban planning and environmental justice for Metro San Juan in Puerto Rico.  He has written extensively about land expropriations and citizens’ displacement in low-income neighborhoods for this and other publications. 

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  • Joseph L. Rodríguez

    2003

    Joseph L. Rodríguez is a self-employed photojournalist. Exhibitions of his work have been featured throughout the United States as well as in Mexico, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands and France.

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  • Juliana Ruhfus

    2010

    Juliana Ruhfus is an award-winning reporter and filmmaker who produces programmes with a human rights and investigative focus from around the world. For the past four years, she has been the reporter on the Al Jazeera English flagship People & Power strand. 

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  • Ali Safi

    2012

    Ali Safi is a special correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers’ Kabul bureau. Trained as a physician, he has extensive experience reporting on conflict and tragedy throughout Afghanistan, where he’s worked with some of the world’s leading media, including the BBC, Time magazine, the Guardian, The Times of London, and Germany’s ZDF TV, as well as the International Crisis Group. Safi received a Radio Netherlands broadcast journalism fellowship in 2008, and was the producer of the BBC Radio team that won the 2010 Amnesty International Award for Investigative Journalism. He contributed to a 2011 Fortune magazine investigative article that received an honorable mention from the Overseas Press Club and the Best International Story prize from the Society of Business and Professional Editors.

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  • Sally Sara

    2012 Ochberg Fellow

    Sally Sara is an award-winning journalist and foreign correspondent with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. She has reported from more than 30 countries including Iraq, Lebanon and Sierra Leone. In 2011, Sara was the ABC’s Afghanistan correspondent. She previously served as Africa correspondent from 2000 to 2005 and South Asia Correspondent 2008 – 2010. Sara has covered a range of stories including the frontline of the war in Afghanistan, 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks, humanitarian crisis in Darfur, 2005 London bombings, Israeli – Palestinian conflict, sexual violence in the Democratic of Congo and the AIDS epidemic in Africa. Sara is the author of the bestselling Gogo Mama – A Journey into the Lives of 12 African Women. In 2011, Sara was appointed as a Member of the Order of Australia for service to journalism and the community.

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  • Sharon Schmickle

    2006

    Sharon Schmickle is a reporter for the Minneapolis Star Tribune. She has covered conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, the aftermath of the tsunami in South Asia, and school shootings in Red Lake and Rocori high schools in Minnesota.

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  • Dhruti Shah

    2015

    Dhruti Shah is a journalist for the BBC specializing in verification, user generated content, investigative reporting and creative storytelling through social media. Currently a producer at the BBC’s User Generated Content Hub, she has worked across much of the BBC including its news website, flagship investigations program Panorama, the Natural History Unit and the World Service. Shah has a track record of finding offbeat stories on a wide range of issues. She has spoken on many global panels about digital storytelling, ethics, and vicarious trauma. She is also a member of the Women of Future network and the Clore Cultural Leadership network.

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  • Dan Shortridge

    2011

    Dan Shortridge is a bureau reporter for The News Journal in Wilmington, Delaware and The Daily Times in Salisbury, Maryland

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  • Elaine Silvestrini

    2000

    Elaine Silvestrini is a reporter with the Tampa Tribune, where she covers the federal court beat. Silvestrini has covered criminal trials, a program to help sexual-assault victims negotiate the medical and legal systems and the impact of emotional trauma on the family of a young woman killed by a drunk driver.

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  • Kevin Sites

    2012

    Kevin Sites has spent the past decade reporting on global war and disaster for ABC, NBC, CNN, and Yahoo! News. In 2005, he became Yahoo!’s first correspondent and covered every major conflict in the world in a single year for his website, “Kevin Sites in the Hot Zone.” The project helped inspire the use of “backpack journalism” as tool for immersive reporting. He is the author of three books for Harper Perennial, In the Hot Zone: One Man, One Year, Twenty Wars (2007), The Things They Cannot Say: Stories Soldiers Won’t Tell You About What They’ve Seen, Done, Or Failed To Do in War (2013) and Swimming with Warlords: A Dozen Year Journey Across the Afghan War (2014). He is also a recipient of several major awards, including The Edward R. Murrow Award and The Daniel Pearl Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism. He was chosen as a Harvard University Nieman Journalism Fellow in 2010 and earned a Master’s Degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School. He is currently an Associate Professor of Practice at the University of Hong Kong’s Journalism and Media Studies Centre.

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  • Linell Smith

    2002

    Linell Smith is a feature writer for the Baltimore Sun newspaper. His recent work includes an in-depth portrait of a woman living with bipolar disease. She also has lectured on journalism and feature writing.

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  • Frank Smyth

    1999

    Frank Smyth is a freelance journalist who has reported from many of the world's trouble spots, including El Salvador, Guatemala, Rwanda and Iraq, where he was held in prison for 18 days. He has written for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and New Republic. He also serves as an investigative consultant for Human Rights Watch.

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  • Susan Snyder

    2007

    Susan Snyder is a staff writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has been the Inquirer's education reporter since 1998. Snyder has reported extensively on violence in the lives of Philadelphia children. In 2005 she spent six months reporting "Writing for Their Lives," a series documenting how a single eighth grade class dealt with violence in their own families and communities. That series received a National Headliners Award.

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  • Dianne Solis

    2012

    Dianne Solis is a senior writer at the Dallas Morning News. Her stories have taken her to post-Katrina New Orleans, inside families fractured by addiction to starter heroin, to immigration courts for children, and to a mosque where the Ramadan fast was broken with a FBI agent. As a foreign correspondent with The Wall Street Journal and a Texas-based reporter with the Dallas Morning News, she’s written on narcotics, gangs and the impact of drug violence and corruption on ordinary people. She also has lectured on reporting in immigrant communities caught in the most significant crackdown in decades. She was a Nieman fellow at Harvard University.

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  • Karyn Spencer

    2008

    Karyn Spencer is an investigative reporter with the Omaha World-Herald. Her projects have included how Nebraska's antiquated death-investigation system lets people get away with murder; how a conman stole millions while sidestepping serious punishment; and how the state foster-care system failed a toddler who was shaken to death by her mother.

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  • Peter J. Spielmann

    2002

    Peter J. Spielmann is an editor and supervisor at The Associated Press and adjunct faculty member at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. He was a special correspondent for the Associated Press in Belgium in 1999 reporting on NATO actions as well as international aid efforts in the Balkans.

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  • Arnim Stauth

    2005

    Arnim Stauth is a correspondent for the West German broadcast company WDR. He has covered violent conflict in the former Yugoslavia, Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq and natural disasters in Congo, Afghanistan and Russia.

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  • Jon Stephenson

    2008

    Jon Stephenson is a foreign affairs producer and correspondent for TV3, one of the two major news channels in New Zealand. A former print journalist, Jon has focused much of his reporting since September 11, 2001, on issues and events associated with the Bush Administration's so-called "War on Terrorism," including the US-led invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah war.

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  • Deirdre Stoelzle-Graves

    1999

    Deirdre Stoelzle-Graves is a writer and painter who lives on an isolated cattle ranch in Wyoming. As a crime reporter and city editor at the Casper Star-Tribune, her coverage focused on social justice and interpersonal conflict. She traveled twice to Rwanda on Dart-related missions.

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  • Melissa Sweet

    2006

    Melissa Sweet is a freelance health journalist based in Australia. Her work has appeared in a wide range of professional and general publications and she has worked at The Sydney Morning Herald, The Bulletin magazine and Australian Associated Press.

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  • Petra Tabeling

    2006

    Petra Tabeling is a freelance print and radio journalist based in Germany. Her work has appeared on WDR, Deutschlandfunk, Deutsche Welle, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Neue Züricher Zeitung, and qantara.de, among others. She is also a German correspondent for Reporters Sans Frontiers. Previously, she was an editor and correspondent for Deutsche Welle.

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  • Ruth Teichroeb

    2002

    Ruth Teichroeb is an investigative reporter whose stories have uncovered abuse in residential schools for the deaf, revealed police officials' failure to crack down on domestic violence in the ranks and most recently documented the mistreatment of troubled developmentally disabled adults in the care of private companies.

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  • Gary Tippet

    2004

    Gary Tippet is a freelance journalist and former senior writer for The Age in Melbourne, Australia. He was the first Australian to be awarded an Ochberg Fellowship, in the year 2004.

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  • Beauregard Tromp

    2015

    Beauregard Tromp is a journalist who has covered conflicts and wars in countries including Burundi, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt and his native South Africa. A 2013 Nieman Fellow, Tromp is a past winner of African Journalist of the Year as well as South African Journalist of the Year. A visiting Knight Professor at the University of Miami, he helped lead a team of multimedia journalists documenting 20 years of democracy in South Africa. More recently he was singled out for his coverage of xenophobic violence in South Africa, where he produced a series detailing the historical and contemporary social events leading up to the brutal killing of a Mozambican national. He is currently working with the 19 Million Project to identify innovative, tangible interventions to assist with the migrant ‘crisis’. Tromp is the co-author of the bestselling biography of iconic freedom fighter Chris Hani. Reporting for both newspapers and television, his work has appeared in Independent Newspapers titles, the pan-African e-news Africa television station and he currently writes for The Sunday Times newspaper in South Africa.

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  • John Trotter

    2007

    John Trotter is a freelance photojournalist and 2007 Ochberg Fellow. His work has been exhibited in the US and in Europe and has appeared in Life, U.S. News and World Report, Nieman Reports, American Photography and numerous other publications. A selection of his recent work can be seen on his personal website.

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  • Michele Trudeau

    2006

    Michele Trudeau is a contributing science correspondent for National Public Radio. Trudeau’s news reports and feature stories, which cover the areas of human behavior, child development, the brain sciences, and mental health, air on NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered.

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  • Marcela Turati

    2011

    Marcela Turati is a Mexican freelance reporter and author of the book Cross Fire: Victims Trapped in the War on Drugs. She is the founder of the network Journalists on the Move (Periodistas de a Pie), which is dedicated to the professional training of local journalists and to organizing efforts to promote freedom of expression. She is recipient of the Dart Ochberg fellowship (2011) and international awards including: the Louis Lyons Award for conscience and integrity in journalism, granted by the Nieman Foundation at Harvard, the 2013 WOLA Human Rights Award honoring outstanding human rights reporting from Latin America, and the LASA Media Award from Latin American Studies Association among others.

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  • Imtiaz Tyab

    2015

    Imtiaz Tyab is a Jerusalem-based correspondent for Al Jazeera English. He reports extensively on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including from Gaza during the 2014 war. Tyab also reports from across the Middle East, including Iraq. He was previously based in Islamabad where he covered Pakistan and Afghanistan. Tyab was one of the first international journalists to report live from Abbottabad after the 2011 killing of Osama Bin Ladin by U.S. Special Forces and was in Kabul during the 2014 Afghanistan general elections; the country's first ever democratic transition of power which was marred by violence. Tyab joined AJE in 2010 as a North America-based correspondent covering Canada, the U.S. and post-earthquake Haiti. Prior to joining AJE, he was with the BBC for several years as a U.K.-based reporter/producer and from Washington as a correspondent. Tyab started his career in his native-Canada as a reporter for the CBC in Vancouver.

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  • Jason Vest

    2003

    Jason Vest is a freelance reporter who writes for The Nation and has contributed to numerous other publications including U.S. News & World Report, The Village Voice, and The Atlantic.

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  • Dusan Vranic

    2014-2015

    Dusan Vranic is currently AP's chief photographer for Israel, West Bank and Gaza. Vranic joined the AP in his native Belgrade in 1987 and has since served in chief photographer positions in Southeast Europe, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Vranic took part in AP's coverage of seminal events ranging from the fall of communism in Europe and the subsequent breakup of the Soviet Union and violent collapse of Yugoslavia to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. In 2012, Vranic's work was featured in a major exhibition in Belgrade marking his quarter century in the profession. He also is an accomplished sports photographer.

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  • Scott Wallace

    2004

    Scott Wallace is a freelance writer, producer and contributing editor to the National Geographic Adventure Magazine. Wallace has interviewed many victims of political violence beginning more than two decades ago with relatives of death squad victims in El Salvador.

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  • Mike Walter

    2005

    Mike Walter was morning anchor and reporter for WUSA TV in Washington, D.C. and has won four Emmy awards. Walter was the senior correspondent for USA TODAY LIVE when, on September 11, 2001, he witnessed an American Airlines jet crash into the Pentagon.

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  • Shoshana Walter

    2015

    Shoshana Walter is a staff reporter at The Center for Investigative Reporting, where she covers public safety and human trafficking. Her 2014 series on the armed security guard industry won the Livingston Award for young journalists and was featured in a two-part installment on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360. Before joining CIR, Walter covered police and violent crime in Oakland, California, for the nonprofit news startup The Bay Citizen and the New York Times. She began her career as a daily crime reporter at The Ledger in Lakeland, Florida, where she completed two narrative series and won a national Sigma Delta Chi award for Non-Deadline Reporting and a Gold Medal for Public Service from the Florida Society of News Editors.

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  • Sarah Wildman

    2015

    Sarah Wildman is a freelance journalist who writes about the intersection of culture, politics, history and memory in Europe and America. She is the author of Paper Love: Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind which she wrote while a visiting scholar at the International Reporting Project based at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Over the last decade, she has lived in and reported from Paris, Vienna, Madrid, Washington, Jerusalem and Berlin. She was the 2010 Peter R. Weitz Prize winner, from the German Marshall Fund - a prize awarded for excellence and originality in European coverage. A regular contributor to the New York Times, Slate and the New Yorker online, Wildman has also been the recipient of a Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting grant in Jerusalem, the Arthur F. Burns and American Council on Germany Fellowships in Berlin, a Milena Jesenska Fellowship in Vienna, and an International Reporting Project fellowship in Paris.

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  • Philip Williams

    2005

    Philip Williams is a senior reporter for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Since joining the ABC in 1984, Williams has covered many violent and tragic stories around the world, including: the Beslan school siege; the December 2004 South Asian tsunami; the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks; the Bali bombings; the Madrid bombings; the 1995 Kobe earthquake in Japan; the fall of President Suharto in Indonesia; and the events following the 1999 referendum in East Timor.

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  • Cindy Wockner

    2015

    Cindy Wockner is the Network Investigations Editor at News Corporation newspapers in Australia. Her articles appear in News Corp papers across the country, including The Courier-Mail, The Daily Telegraph, Herald-Sun, Adelaide Advertiser and NT News. She has also co-authored two books: Bali 9 and Evil in the Suburbs. Wockner spent three decades covering crime, conflict, and legal affairs, and for seven years she was based in Indonesia, covering terrorist attacks, natural disasters and crime. She also spent two years reporting from Nigeria.

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  • David Wood

    2001

    David Wood is a national security correspondent for Newhouse News Service. In 30 years as a reporter, Wood has written widely about the trauma of war and the effects of violence on those who inflict and those who suffer is consequences.

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  • Jeremy Young

    2012

    Jeremy Young is a Senior Producer with Al Jazeera English television based in Washington, DC. He joined the channel before it began broadcasting in 2006, and helped launch ‘Fault Lines’ in 2009, the channel’s award winning strand that covers the United States and US foreign policy issues. Jeremy has been on assignment in Honduras, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Bahrain and India over the past several years for the program. Most of his work has focused on US foreign policy, war, violence, corruption and politics. He has also worked extensively across the United States and has produced several groundbreaking documentaries in jails and prisons. He is currently in production on a program that looks at the lives of deaf inmates.

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  • Philip Zabriskie

    2009

    Philip Zabriskie lived in Asia for seven years while working as a staff writer for Time magazine and later freelancing for National Geographic and others while maintaining an avowed interest in the physical and psychological landscapes of post-conflict situations.

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Asia Pacific

  • Mike Baños

    2009

    Rene Michael "Mike" Baños has been covering news events in the southern Philippine cities of Zamboanga and Cagayan de Oro for over twenty years. He has been involved in print, broadcast and now Internet media.

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  • Heda Bayron

    2009

    Heda Bayron has worked in Asia for more than a decade as a print and broadcast reporter, editor and journalism lecturer. She grew up in the conflict-ridden island of Mindanao, in the southern Philippines.

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  • Edilberto "Herbie" Gomez. Jr

    2009

    Herbie Gomez started his journalism career as a newspaper correspondent 20 years ago. He has worked as a stringer for United Press International, Deutsche Presse-Agentur and Reuters, and as a correspondent for the now defunct Manila Chronicle, TODAY and The Manila Times.

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  • Iqbal Khattack

    2011

    Iqbal Khattack is executive director of Freedom Network, Pakistan's first media and development sector watchdog organization. The Freedom Network’s core value is to protect freedom of expression, including freedom of the press and Internet, and access to information and to promote an informed society that sees media as a key partner in a democratic and pluralist Pakistan. He was previously bureau chief for Pakistan's Daily Times. He also served as a correspondent for Agence France Presse for three years. He has been covering the war on terror since 2002, as well as national and state-level politics. Since 1999, he has been Pakistan's representative to Paris-based Reporters Without Borders, with a special interest in freedom of the press and freedom of expression. 

     

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  • Sigit Purwono

    2009

    Sigit Purwono is a senior TV producer from Bali, Indonesia working with TVRI Bali. He has been working as a broadcast journalist for more than 18 years.

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  • Hendrawan Setiawan

    2009

    Hendrawan Setiawan is a television reporter for the television network Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia.  He has been a presenter on Metro TV and radio station Pro 2 FM. 

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  • Yin Soeum

    2009

    Yin Soeum is a Cambodian journalist who joined Indohine productions company in 1994. He is currently working as a freelance journalist, fixer and translator for television and print media. 

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  • Estrella Torres

    2009

    Estrella Torres is currently a diplomatic journalist with BusinessMirror in the Philippines. Her work includes writing features on foreign affairs, terrorism and transnational crimes in the Philippines and elsewhere in Southeast Asia.

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  • Ketut Wasa

    2009

    Ketut Wasa has been in journalism since starting as a TV journalist in Bali, Indonesia in 1982.  His many roles span current affairs, sport and daily news.  He has been editor-in-chief, head of news and senior producer.

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  • Surya Wijayanti

    2009

    Surya Wijayanti is based at Kantor Berita Radio 68H, the first and only radio news agency in Indonesia, with more than 600 radio stations in its network.

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  • Dwi Yuniati

    2009

    Dwi Yuniati has been a journalist since 2000 and is currently assignment editor for the television network Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia.  She has covered sociocultural news, crime and human rights.

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  • Parista Yuthamanop

    2009

    Parista Yuthamanop is a business journalist with the Bangkok Post.  Over the last 15 years she has reported on development and macroeconomics including the 1997 Asian financial crisis, the current global recession and the last decade of economic hardship in Thailand.

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  • Conrado “Charlie” Saceda Jr.

    2009

    Conrado “Charlie” Saceda Jr. is a a photographer for Dateline Philippines as well as a stringer for Reuters Pictures Manila. His past work includes working as a photojournalist for the Philippine Daily Inquirer, one of the top broadsheets of the Philippines.

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Academic

  • Randal Beam

    2010

    Randal Beam is an associate professor at the University of Washington Department of Communication. He teaches courses on journalism and the mass media and is a co-author of “The American Journalist in the 21st Century: U.S. News People at the Dawn of a New Millennium.”

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  • Dawn Fallik

    2010

    Dawn Fallik is an assistant professor at the University of Delaware, Department of English. Fallik has covered natural disasters, executions and a Nebraska prom in her 20 years of reporting. She began teaching journalism full-time at the University of Delaware in 2007 after leaving the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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  • Celeste Gonzalez de Bustamante

    2010

    Celeste Gonzalez de Bustamanteis an assistant professor at the University of Arizona School of Journalism and an affiliated faculty member of the UA Center for Latin American Studies. Before joining the faculty, Gonzales de Bustamante reported, produced and anchored in commercial and public television for more than 15 years.

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  • Barbara Hans

    2010

    Barbara Hans is a lecturer and researcher at Hamburg University. Hans worked as an editorial trainee with Spiegel Online and Der Speigel in 2006, and now works as an editor and a reporter for Speigel Online. Her stories have focused on poverty, violence, integration, addiction and sexual abuse.

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  • Teresa Lamsam

    2010

    Teresa Lamsam is an associate professor at the University of Nebraska, Omaha, in the School of Communication and is the incoming director of the Native American Studies Program. She is a member of the curriculum development team and teaches courses in the “Working with Native Communities” track.

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  • Yvonne Latty

    2010

    Yvonne Latty is a journalism professor at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, where she directs two multimedia graduate concentrations, Reporting New York and Reporting the Nation.

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  • Cliff Lonsdale

    2010

    Cliff Lonsdale is a lecturer of information and media studies at the University of Western Ontario, and president of the Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma, an educational charity.

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  • Mark Masse

    2010

    Mark Masse is a professor of journalism at Ball State University, Indiana, where he is also the director of the Journalism Writing Center and former news-editorial sequence coordinator.

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  • Nancy McKenzie Dupont

    2010

    Nancy McKenzie Dupont is an associate professor at the Meek School of Journalism and New Media at the University of Mississippi. She teaches primarily broadcast journalism, but recently spent a year advising the campus newspaper, the Daily Mississippian.

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  • Elizabeth Mehren

    2010

    Elizabeth Mehren is a professor of journalism at Boston University. Before joining the BU faculty, Mehren was a national correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. During more than 25 years at the paper, she was based in Los Angeles, Washington, New York and New England.

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  • Benjamin Ortiz

    2010

    Benjamin Ortiz is an assistant professor of journalism at Harry Truman College, Chicago. Ortiz attended Loyola University Chicago, where he earned an honors degree in the study of English Literature and Philosophy.

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  • Ian Richards

    2010

    Ian Richards is a professor of journalism at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, Australia. His research interests include journalism and media ethics, an area in which he has published widely.

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  • Dan Williams

    2010

    Dan Williams is an assistant professor of journalism at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vermont, where he created an innovative trauma training scenario. Williams entered teaching after a quarter century in print and broadcast news.

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