Guilherme Amado

reporter, O Globo, Rio de Janeiro (Knight Foundation Latin American Fellow)
guiamado@stanford.edu

Question: How might we use a social network to solve the difficulties of cross-border investigative journalists?

Roman Badanin ('18)

Roman Badanin

editor-in-chief, TV Rain, Moscow (Lyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow)
rbadanin@stanford.edu

Question: How might we sustain independent investigative media in emerging democracies?

Jennifer Dargan

Ideas Network assistant director, Wisconsin Public Radio, Madison, Wisconsin
dargan@stanford.edu

Question: How might we foster a newsroom culture that prioritizes self-awareness of our implicit biases?

Don Day ('18)

Don Day

publisher and editor, BoiseDev, Boise, Idaho
donday@stanford.edu

Question: How might we create sustainable, independent news operations that provide in-depth coverage of local issues?

Xin Feng ('18)

Xin (Cynthia) Feng

reporter, China Global Television Network, Beijing (Enlight Foundation Fellow)
cynxfeng@stanford.edu

Question: How might investigative journalists in China gather public records more effectively and push for greater government transparency?

Michael Grant ('18)

Michael Grant

creative director, San Francisco Business Times, San Francisco
mrmikeg@stanford.edu

Question: How might we leverage technology to develop digital media training that is easily accessible to journalists of color?

Zeba Khan ('18)

Zeba Khan

independent writer and commentator, The Op-Ed Project, Los Altos, California
zebakhan@stanford.edu

Question: How might social media platforms identify and amplify diverse talent in video commentary?

Barbara Maseda ('18)

Barbara Maseda

freelance journalist, Havana
bmaseda@stanford.edu

Question: How might we use natural language processing tools to discover stories in unstructured text documents?

JulieAnn McKellogg ('18)

Julie Ann McKellogg

senior editor, video audience development, McClatchy Video Lab, Washington, D.C.
jmckello@stanford.edu

Question: How might newsrooms improve coverage by using technology to better understand audience needs and measure how they are serving these needs?

Andre Natta ('18)

André Natta

digital media producer, WBHM, Birmingham, Alabama
acnatta@stanford.edu

Question: How might we better understand the potential impact of regional coverage on national dialogue?

Soo Oh ('18)

Soo Oh

news app developer, Vox, Washington, D.C.
soooh@stanford.edu

Question: How might we better manage and support newsroom journalists who are in technical roles?

Titus Plattner ('18)

Titus Plattner

reporter, Tamedia, Lausanne, Switzerland
tituspla@stanford.edu

Question: How might we stimulate spontaneous collaboration among journalists locally and around the world?

Tim Regan-Porter ('18)

Tim Regan-Porter

director, Center for Collaborative Journalism, Macon, Georgia
trp@stanford.edu

Question: How might we use data about news stories and products to build stronger trust and attachment to news brands?

Lisa Rossi ('18)

Lisa Rossi

storytelling coach, Des Moines Register, Des Moines, Iowa
lrossi18@stanford.edu

Question: How might we build audience-first newsrooms that inspire readership, especially of watchdog journalism?

Phillip Smith ('18)

Phillip Smith

news innovation consultant, Toronto
make@stanford.edu

Question: How might we use advances in technology and experimental business models to support a new generation of accountability journalism initiatives?

Mago Torres ('18)

Mago Torres

freelance journalist and consultant, Washington D.C.
mtorresa@stanford.edu

Question: How might journalists everywhere learn about and use freedom of information systems in countries around the world?

Morten Warmedal ('18)

Morten Warmedal,

executive editor, Norwegian Broadcasting Corp., Oslo
mortenmw@stanford.edu

Question: How might we organize and create new financing and better collaboration of current affairs and investigative documentary projects in Europe?

Seema Yasmin ('18)

Seema Yasmin

staff writer, The Dallas Morning News, and freelance multimedia journalist, Washington, D.C.
dryasmin@stanford.edu

Question: During a public health crisis, how might we limit the spread of misinformation and make health and science reporting more accurate?