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Journalist of the Month

Journalist of the Month

Journalist of the month: Wade C.L. Williams

Liberian investigative journalist Wade C.L. Williams has covered everything from the Liberian presidential office to human rights issues. Williams tells IJNet about her first story during the Ebola crisis.

Ashley Nguyen | October 28, 2015

Journalist of the month: Kiarinna Parisi Pedrá

Venezuelan journalist of the month Kiarinna Parisi Pedrá began her journalism career in her native country before landing a position with Univision in Atlanta.

IJNet | September 29, 2015

Journalist of the month: Nuno Andrade Ferreira

Ferreira began his career at a radio station in Portugal. Since then, he's worked within journalism in two other countries: Angola and Cape Verde.

IJNet | August 28, 2015

Journalist of the month: Christy Ejiogu

Journalist of the month Christy Ejiogu is a senior programs producer at TVC News in Nigeria who is passionate about protecting "the voice of the African woman."

IJNet | July 28, 2015

Journalist of the month: Louise Dewast

Journalist of the month Louise Dewast is a digital news associate at ABC News with a passion for international reporting.

Ashley Nguyen | June 22, 2015

Journalist of the month: Jessica Buchleitner

Jessica Buchleitner shares her experience as a global journalist and author.

Ashley Nguyen | May 29, 2015

Journalist of the month: Tais Gadea Lara

Argentine reporter Tais Gadea Lara shares her passion for the environment and journalism with IJNet.

Ashley Nguyen | April 28, 2015

Journalist of the month: Shaun Swingler

This month, we feature South African freelance multimedia journalist Shaun Swingler, who reports mostly on crime and social issues from his base in Cape Town.

Jessica Weiss | March 16, 2015

Journalist of the month: Pramila Krishnan

Indian journalist Pramila Krishnan focuses on social issues and has used IJNet to find courses and fellowships.

Jessica Weiss | February 16, 2015

Journalists of the month: Olufemi Akande and Abdel Aziz Hali

Olufemi Akande of Nigeria and Abdel Aziz Hali of Tunisia explain how they used IJNet to become Dag Hammarskjöld fellows.

Ashley Nguyen | January 16, 2015

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