I’ve been recognized numerous times for my work in digital journalism:
- In March 2013, I was named one of the top 50 female innovators in digital journalism.
- In September 2012, I was featured on a list of the top 100 Twitter accounts every journalism student should follow.
I’m also frequently quoted in stories about social media and news coverage of major events. Here’s a sampling of stories I’ve been quoted in:
- American Journalism Review: “Some newspapers to staff: social media isn’t optional; it’s mandatory“
- PBS’ Colorado Public Television: “Journalism ethics in the News of the World phone hacking scandal“
- NPR affiliate WAMU: “News organizations learn to adapt in Virginia Tech emergency“
- NPR affiliate WITF: “What happens when journalists spread misinformation on social networks“
- Deseret News: “Universities use social media just as much as their students“
- Journalism & Women Symposium: “Women journalists in the 21st century“
Here are stories I wrote for Poynter.org throughout my six years there. My stories were often picked up by other sites that cover media news, such as Harvard University’s Nieman Journalism Lab. Once I start my new job as managing director of Images & Voices of Hope in December 2013, I’ll post links to my new stories.