Stratton Marsh

Program Assistant

I came to ICFJ because I believe access to information through the work of journalists can spur change and improve lives. I am constantly inspired by the journalists I work with and their passion to expose truth, combat misinformation and serve their communities - often through innovative and creative methods. 

I am the program assistant for the ICFJ Knight Fellowships, a global network of entrepreneurial journalists who spark news innovation and experimentation worldwide. I provide administrative support for the Fellowships and help manage the @ICFJKnight social media accounts, as well as support other ICFJ programs. 

My background: I am a graduate of the University of Virginia, where I majored in global security and justice and minored in data analytics and history. After graduating, I lived in Amman, Jordan, for a year as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant and recipient of the Critical Language Enhancement Award to study Arabic.

Ask me about: Data analytics, photography and Peaky Blinders

Contact info: and on LinkedIn

Pronouns: She/her