Meet the Fellows
The current group of JSK Fellows showcases journalists and journalism entrepreneurs from around the world.
Class of 2016
Challenge: How can we make media organizations successful in developing markets?
Challenge: How can we help journalists and news organizations navigate change?
Challenge: How do we fill the information gaps faced by low-income news consumers?
Challenge: How can we better support the growing field of professional media freelancers?
Challenge: What are the best practices for journalists covering race in America?
Former editorial engineer, Sunlight Foundation, Washington, D.C.
Challenge: How can journalists capture structured data from repetitive scanned-in forms?
Challenge: How can we use location as a layer and a filter for displaying and distributing news?
Challenge: How can we deliver public interest journalism that cuts through the noise?
Enlight Foundation Fellow
Managing editor, Caixin Weekly, Beijing
Challenge: How can we structure news organizations to support innovation and restore the influence of quality journalism?
Challenge: How might we find new paths to empower women in newsrooms to take on leadership positions?
Challenge: How might understanding the implications of unconscious bias improve journalism?
Challenge: How can local newsrooms be more useful to their audiences during crises?
Challenge: What support do journalists need to build sustainable new media ventures?
Challenge: How can we keep existing readers while also attracting new audiences?
Challenge: How can newsrooms make better use of data to grow audience, particularly among increasingly diverse markets?
Challenge: How can we make food policy news part of our daily media diet?
Challenge: How can we make content about education more relevant to young Hispanic audiences?
Challenge: How can we put foreign correspondence on sound financial footing in a digital news marketplace?