ICFJ Bloggers

  • Dorroh is a bilingual freelance writer, editor and journalism trainer based in Washington, D.C.
  • President
    Joyce Barnathan is president of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing quality journalism worldwide.
  • ICFJ Knight Fellow, South Africa
    Adi Eyal is the founder of Code for South Africa, a citizen technology organization based in Cape Town. During his Fellowship, he is leading the establishment of Africa’s first data-driven journalism academy and newsroom.
  • Program Manager
    Jacqueline Strzemp supports ICFJ’s Latin America programs, assisting in the administrative and programmatic management of grants around the region.
  • Senior Program Director
    Eddings supervises and implements global programs and serves as editor of the Knight Fellowships thought leadership blog.
  • ICFJ Knight Fellow
    ICFJ Knight Fellow Jorge Luis Sierra is an expert on cyber security. He focuses on the intersection of digital security, technology and investigative journalism.
  • Deputy Vice President, Programs
    Tinsley helps to oversee the development and execution of ICFJ programs.
  • Communications Manager
    Needle serves as a communications associate, maintaining and growing ICFJ’s online presence.
  • IJNet Manager
    Elyssa Pachico manages a team of editors, writers, and translators based in several countries for ICFJ’s website the International Journalists' Network (IJNet).
  • Communications Director
    Fernandez is a native of Uruguay, where she worked as a reporter for the national daily newspaper El Observador and for its website, Elobservador.com.uy.