Senior Lecturer in Media Technology and Journalism at Södertörn University in Stockholm
Peter is a science reporter at BuzzFeed News who teaches investigative journalism in the Science Communications program at UC Santa Cruz and data visualization at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.
Journalist specialising in European affairs, investigative, data and crossborder collaborative journalism.
Data Editor and Journalist in Postdata Club and Computer Science Professor at Havana University
C.W. Anderson is a Professor Media and Communication, and the author or co-author of five books on journalism and digital sociology.
Forbes 30 Under 30 recipient David Anderton is a Research Assistant at the MIT Media Lab.
Stefan Baack made his PhD at the Centre for Media and Journalism Studies at the University of Groningen (Netherlands) and studies how the growing reliance on data across different sectors of society intersects with democratic visions and practices. He currently works at the Mozilla Foundation as a research and data analyst, and as an associate researcher at the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society.
Aleszu Bajak is a freelance science journalist and graduate programs manager at Northeastern University's School of Journalism, where he teaches courses and runs research on digital journalism, data reporting and new media. His writing has appeared in The Washington Post, M.I.T. Technology Review and Nature.
Maud Beelman is executive editor of the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism, part of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University. She is a veteran investigative editor and a former foreign and war correspondent.
Zorro Notorious M. E. B. aka Buck Borasky, Frontier Programmer: sit-down comedy, fantasy sports analytics, civic hacking, transit nerd ...
Camille Borrett is a computational social scientist working for European Elections Stats
Freelancing Data Visualization Designer focusing on uniquely crafted dataviz that engage & enlighten
Alberto Cairo is the Knight Chair in Visual Journalism at the School of Communication of the University of Miami teaches data visualization and infographics. He's also director of the Visualization Program at UM's Center for Computational Science.
Cohen is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and editor who spent most of her career at The Washington Post and The New York Times. She currently serves as the Knight Chair in data journalism at Arizona State University.
Eva Constantaras is a data journalist specialized in building data journalism teams in developing countries. These teams that have reported from across Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa on topics ranging from broken foreign aid and food insecurity to extractive industries and public health. As a Google Data Journalism Scholar and a Fulbright Fellow, she developed a course for investigative and data journalism in high-risk environments.
Catherine D'Ignazio is Assistant Professor at Emerson College and co-author, with Lauren Klein, of the book Data Feminism, forthcoming from MIT Press in 2020.
Over 10 years Dr Kayt Davies embedded data journalism into the Edith Cowan University journalism curriculum, firstly through small numeracy tasks, building to a unit called Business and Data Journalism that combined spreadsheet work and data scraping with learning stock market and financial regulatory basics. She is now working as a casual academic and freelance writer.
research associate and doctoral student in communication science, freelance journalist
Stijn is a freelance data scientist, specializing in analytics. Previously at Fusion and The Guardian. He writes about statistics, metrics and the news industry at debrouwere.org.
Lecturer in Multimedia Journalism with expertise in data visualization (infographics), information literacy, investigative journalism and news values.
Experienced journo-dev, love to dig into databases and to create news apps, currently finishing a PhD thesis about news automation and professional practices.
I am netzpolitik.org's EU correspondent in Brussels, where I cover digital and data issues such as lobbying by tech companies. Ex-news agency hack.
Federica Fragapane is a freelance Information Designer. Among her projects, she designed data visualizations for the United Nations, Wired, Scientific American, BBC Science Focus, Penguin Random House and Corriere della Sera – La Lettura, working on the analysis and visualization of cultural, environmental and social topics.
Emmanuel is a freelance reporter based in Nairobi. He has conducted investigations in Africa for a decade, from nerdy open-source journalism to extended trips in conflict zones.
Rachel Glickhouse is a journalist at ProPublica, where she runs the Documenting Hate project. She also teaches at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism.
Eric Gordon is a professor of civic media and the director of the Engagement Lab at Emerson College in Boston.
Dr. Jonathan Gray is Lecturer in Critical Infrastructure Studies at the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London, where he is currently writing a book on data worlds. He is also Cofounder of the Public Data Lab; and Research Associate at the Digital Methods Initiative (University of Amsterdam) and the médialab (Sciences Po, Paris). More about his work can be found at jonathangray.org and he tweets at @jwyg.
I help organizations develop high-impact media and comms strategies and ways to measure success.
Sylke Gruhnwald is a reporter at Swiss digital magazine Republik. She previously worked at the Swiss daily «Neue Zürcher Zeitung», where she built up the data team of journalists, programmers and designers. In 2014, she moved to Swiss public broadcaster as head of the data team. Her beats include reporting on white collar crime, financial fraud and corruption.
Formerly Head of Science Department at WDR; from 2016 to present Project Management in Data Driven Journalism and in Virtual Reality/ XR.
Mollie Hanley is Community Organiser at OpenCorporates, the largest open database of companies in the world. OpenCorporates' primary mission is to open up and connect company data from across the globe, making it more useful, usable and understandable for the public benefit.
Bahareh Heravi is an Assistant Professor at the School of Information and Communication Studies at University College Dublin, where she leads UCD’s Data Journalism programme. Bahareh is a member of the Irish Open Data Governance Board, and a co-chair of the European Data & Computational Journalism Conference.
Robert Hernandez is digital journalism professor that specializes in emerging technologies.
Geoff Hing is a Chicago-based journalist and cultural worker who specializes in programmatic data exploration and visualization. He has worked with NPR, City Bureau, The Chicago Reporter, the Chicago Tribune and OpenElections.
UK Editor of DeSmog, an environmental investigative journalism outlet. Investigations published in the Guardian, Independent, ITV, Channel 4, among others.
Brant Houston is an award winning investigative and data journalist who has published textbooks on both. He also is con-founder and board chair of the Global Investigative Journalism Network.
Howard is a writer, digital governance expert, and open government advocate based in DC.
Adele Humbert is an independent podcast producer and investigative journalist based in Paris.
Tara Kelly is an Editor for the European Journalism Centre's Data team, where she runs the Long Reads section on DataJournalism.com and the Conversations with Data newsletter.
Over 20+ years, Helen Kennedy has researched how digital developments are experienced by non-experts/citizens and how these experiences can inform the work of digital practitioners. She is currently interested in the datafication of everyday life, and is researching public attitudes to data mining and related issues such as trust in data, data ethics and what ‘good’ data practice might look like.
Soila Kenya is a data journalist and fact-checker from Nairobi, Kenya. She works for Code for Africa, Africa's largest data journalism and civic tech lab covering stories involving, environment and climate change, women and gender and health/science.
Kuek Ser Kuang Keng is an award-winning digital journalist. He is the founder of Data-N, a training program that helps journalists to integrate data journalism into daily reporting.
Jennifer LaFleur joined the Investigative Reporting Workshop as data editor in 2017. She also teaches data journalism at American University.
Moritz Laurer is a computational social scientist at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels.
I'm a product manager working on content creation and publishing tools for journalists at the BBC
Prof. Dr. Wiebke Loosen is a senior journalism researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans Bredow Institute in Hamburg (Germany) as well as a professor at the University of Hamburg. She studied communication science, psychology, and German studies at the University of Münster (Germany) where she also received her doctorate. Wiebke habilitated in communication studies at the University of Hamburg with her work on "The Transformation of Journalism and of Journalism Research".
Yolanda Jinxin Ma is a leading pioneer and one of the first advocates of data journalism in China and Asia.
Seasoned investigative environmental journalist pioneering new media tools to expose eco-offences
I'm a Colombian storyteller, who uses data and technology as a superpower. Love teaching these tools to future geniuses.
Jacques Marcoux is an award-winning investigative reporter with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation specializing in data analysis. Previously he worked as a multi-platform reporter for the CBC's French network Radio-Canada, as a public relations officer in the agricultural industry and worked in competitive intelligence gathering in the financial industry.
Rebekah McBride is a science writer and communications specialist who has worked with both companies and universities to turn data and research into applicable and actionable messages that inspire change. She holds a B.S. in Life Science Communication with an emphasis in Business from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a M.A. in Journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Data visualization & exploring the North American West @westcenter. Former @jskstanford, @lemondefr, @nytimes, @NatGeo #datapoints.
Susan McGregor is Assistant Director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism and Assistant Professor at Columbia Journalism School, where she helps supervise the dual-degree program in Journalism & Computer Science.
Mustapha Mekhatria lives and works in Norway as a community manager for [Highsoft](https://www.highcharts.com/). After graduating as a Master in embedded systems, and working in the automotive and aerospace industry in France, and Canada, he finally settles down in Norway to focus on his passion with data. He blogs about all kind of tricks and tips about **data processing** and **data visualization** on [Medium](https://medium.com/@mustaphamekhatria). Community manager at highcharts, big fan of DataViz
Originally from Hungary, Julia studied Marketing and Business Management in Denmark, France, and England. After working for two years in Hungary and China, she completed her Master's degree in Media and Public Relations at Leicester University, where she wrote her dissertation on ageism in the media. Dedicated to spreading the word of good causes, Julia joined CEJI-A Jewish contribution to an inclusive Europe in October 2016 as Communication Officer.
Gabriel works with communities and organizations to design opportunities for learning, collaboration, and storytelling.
Emma Laura Namwanje Kisa is a Data Journalist and Fact-checker with Code for Africa. She has worked in the media and communication field for 11 years and is a Uganda National Journalism Awards (UNJA) 2017 nominee in the Data Journalism category.
Data/investigative journalist, educator and scholar working at the intersection of journalism, digital technologies and computational journalism, @ICIJ member, @FOIAMachine founder, @CIRonline, @OCCRP, @CINSerbia
Ankur Paliwal is an independent journalist, and co-founder of Land Conflict Watch--a journalism journalism initiative that maps and collects data about ongoing land conflicts in India.
Communication Specialist based in Italy, interested in propaganda techniques, psychological warfare and fake news. I currently work at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Milan) and previously was at the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (Budapest).
Coordinates the data journalism team and initiative in LA NACION. We do Open Data Journalism for Change and we believe in applying technology and Data Science for Social Good and promote the use of open data for transparency, citizen collaboration and accountability.
natural scientist > business analyst > graphic designer > visual journalist > datavis and infographic trainer > social researcher
Homepage editor at de Volkskrant, was the project lead of our project De Voedselzaak about the question how to feed 10 billion people in 2050. Love podcasts and good food, hate excel and queues.
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist at the Philadelphia Inquirer and book author
Lauryn Schroeder is a data specialist for the watchdog team at The San Diego Union-Tribune. She came to the U-T from The Associated Press in Indiana. Lauryn has experience at several small papers in Michigan, and took part in major data projects with the Medill Justice Project and The Washington Post.
I am an economist, writer, teacher, and creator of policy-relevant data visualizations. I am considered a leading voice for clarity and accessibility in how researchers communicate their findings. I'm on Twitter @jschwabish. I am an economist, writer, teacher, and creator of policy-relevant data visualizations. I am considered a leading voice for clarity and accessibility in how researchers communicate their findings. I'm on Twitter @jschwabish. I am an economist, writer, teacher, and creator of policy-relevant data visualizations. I am considered a leading voice for clarity and accessibility in how researchers communicate their findings. I'm on Twitter @jschwabish. I am an economist, writer, teacher, and creator of policy-relevant data visualizations. I am considered a leading voice for clarity and accessibility in how researchers communicate their findings. I'm on Twitter @jschwabish.
Entrepreneur, U.S. Soccer C-licensed Valeo FC coach, CEO @Texifter & inventor of @DiscoverText.
Craig Silverman is an award-winning journalist and author and one of the world's leading experts on online misinformation, fake news, and content verification. He is the media editor of BuzzFeed News where he leads a global beat covering platforms, online misinformation, and media manipulation.
Wonyoung So is a data visualization designer and researcher. His main interests are about the bottom-up driven data movement.
Jennifer is a Data Engineer and Analyst at SpareRoom and a co-organiser of PyData Manchester.
Jonathan Stray is a computational journalist at Columbia university, where he teaches the dual masters degree in computer science and journalism and leads the development of Workbench, an integrated tool for data journalism.
Brian Suda is an informatician currently residing in Reykjavík, Iceland. He has spent a good portion of each day connected to Internet after discovering it back in the mid-01990s.
Cristen has been a journalist for 20 years, mostly in digital news. She worked for the Irish national broadcaster RTE before coming home to join the ABC. She currently works as part of a small multi-disciplinary team creating experimental digital stories and formats.
Marie-Louise Timcke is a German data journalist and heads Funke Interaktiv, the interactive and data team of the Funke Media Group. She studied Data Journalism at TU Dortmund and founded the initiative Journocode together with fellow students to learn and teach data-driven skills.
Co-founder of the School of Data Kyrgyzstan, data journalism lecturer and trainer.
The former head of the infographics department of the Spanish newspaper Público. Now he is freelancing for clients all around the world like National Geographic Magazine, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Corriere della Sera or Revista Mongolia, among others. His work has received more than 30 Malofiej Awards, which is considered to be the Pulitzer Prize of information graphics. He has imparted infographics seminars in Madrid, New Delhi or Kuala Lumpur and served as peer reviewer for the Visible Language Journal.
Helen is currently completing a book manuscript on the ontological troubles of contemporary environmental governance
ournalist and Ph.D. on audiovisual communication and publicity at www.uab.es. Postdoctoral scholar at PACC/UFRJ.br. Adjunct Faculty at Communications School of the Pontifical Catholic University of Goiás - www.pucgoias.edu.br.
Freelance Creative Technologist and Science Reporter with a focus on sensors and internet of things. Founder of Sensors&Reporters and tactile.news.
Brent Walth teaches investigative reporting at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication.