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Now on Wikipedia: Amy Pyle

Amy Pyle is an American journalist and media executive. She has worked for a number of high-profile organizations, including as the Editor-in-Chief of The Center for Investigative Reporting from 2012 to 2018, USA Today as Head of Investigations, and for the Los Angeles Times and The Sacramento Bee.  She contributed to two Pulitzer prize-winning teams, and overseen teams which have earned Pulitzer finalist nominations, a […]

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Now on Wikipedia: Sarah Jeong

Sarah Jeong (/dʒɒŋ/; born 1988) is an American journalist specializing in information technology law and other technology-related topics. A member of the editorial board of The New York Times from 2018 to 2019, she was formerly a senior writer for The Verge and a contributing editor for Vice Media’s Motherboard website. She is the author of The Internet of Garbage, a non-fiction book about online harassment. Read more […]

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Women Do News at JAWS Camp 2023

Women Do New was featured at the annual Journalism and Women Symposium Camp in Chicago, Oct. 13 and 14. Board chair Angilee Shah and Project Manager Anna Kristina Moseidjord ran an edit-a-thon and collected nominees on Friday — two stubs for women journalists made! — and Anna Kristina gave flash talks Saturday, bringing more people […]

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Now on Wikipedia: Susan Goldberg

Susan Goldberg is an American journalist, former editor in chief of National Geographic Magazine, and current President and CEO of the WGBH Educational Foundation, the largest provider of programming to PBS. Before joining National Geographic, Goldberg worked at Bloomberg and USA Today. She is an advocate for cross-platform storytelling. Read more on Wikipedia.

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Now on Wikipedia: E. Samantha Cheng

E. Samantha Cheng is a Chinese-American journalist, author, and documentarian. She is best known for leading and advancing the “Chinese American WWII Veterans Recognition Project” which ultimately led to the passage of the “Chinese-American World War II Veteran Congressional Gold Medal Act” in 2018. She also cofounded the company Heritage Series, LLC, which creates educational material highlighting ethnic minorities in […]

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Now on Wikipedia: Molly Ivins

Mary Tyler “Molly” Ivins (August 30, 1944 – January 31, 2007) was an American newspaper columnist, author, political commentator, and humorist.  Born in California and raised in Texas, Ivins attended Smith College and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She began her journalism career at the Minneapolis Tribune where she became the first female police reporter at the paper. Ivins joined The Texas Observer in […]

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Now on Wikipedia: Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah

Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah (born 1982) is an American essayist. She won a Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing in 2018 for her profile of white supremacist and mass murderer Dylann Roof, as well as a National Magazine Award. She was also a National Magazine Award finalist in 2014 for her profile of elusive comedian Dave Chappelle. Her first book, The Explainers and the […]