Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin (née St. Pierre; August 31, 1842 – March 13, 1924) was an African-American publisher, journalist, civil rights leader, suffragist, and editor of the Woman’s Era, the first national newspaper published by and for African-American women. Read more on Wikipedia.
Juleyka Lantigua (formerly known as Juleyka Lantigua-Williams) is an American journalist and entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of the podcast production company Lantigua Williams & Co., which rebranded in 2021 to LWC Studios as part of a reorganization and expansion.
Christine von Kohl (1923–2009) was a Danish journalist, writer, broadcaster, human rights activist and Balkan expert. She is remembered in particular for her articles and books on the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s while she was based in Vienna. In 2002, she received the SEEMO human rights award.
Linda Deutsch (born 1943) is an American journalist who worked for the Associated Press (AP). She covered court cases for 50 years, from 1967 until her retirement in 2014, including the high-profile trials of Charles Manson, Robert F. Kennedy’s assassin, as well as those of O. J. Simpson and Michael Jackson. Read more on Wikipedia.
Hiroko Tabuchi is an American journalist who has reported from Japan and the United States, and is known for her coverage of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011 and its aftermath. She has worked for The New York Times since 2008, and previously written for The Wall Street Journal and the Tokyo bureau of the Associated Press. She was the member of a team of reporters that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2013 and a team that was finalist in 2011. Read more on Wikipedia.
Elizabeth Wade Boylan (née Wade; July 18, 1929 – December 3, 2020), known professionally as Betsy Wade, was an American journalist and newspaper columnist who in 1956 became the first woman to edit news copy at The New York Times.
Kimbriell Kelly is an American journalist and expert on public records requests, currently working as Washington Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times. She is a former Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter at the Washington Post. Read more on Wikipedia.
Versha Rani Sharma (born c. 1986) is an American journalist and editor. She is editor in chief of Teen Vogue. From 2015 to 2021 she was managing editor at NowThis, where she shared in a 2018 Edward R. Murrow Award for a documentary on Hurricane Maria‘s effects on Puerto Rico. She is on the board of the Online News Association. Read more on Wikipedia.
Kiran Nazish is a Pakistani journalist. She has worked as a foreign correspondent around the world, including the Middle East and South Asia. Nazish founded and is the director of The Coalition For Women In Journalism, a worldwide support organization for female journalists. Read more on her Wikipedia page.
Manisha Ganguly (born 13 January 1995) is an Indian investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker who works for the BBC and specialises in Open Source investigations. She is notable for her work exposing war crimes. Read more on Wikipedia.