Independent news application developer. Previously with Chicago Tribune Media Group. Bilingual in journalism and technology.
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Deputy Director of Photography for Video/Multimedia at Tampa Bay Times. Previously AME of Visuals at Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
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Deputy Editor at SB Nation.
Previously at CNN, National Press Foundation and The Center for Public Integrity.
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Digital Director at Huffington Post's RYOT. Previously VR Director and Producer. First Harrison/Omnicom Innovator-in-Residence.
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Things editor at Quartz. Previously Visual Editor for the Wall Street Journal. First WVU Innovator-in-Residence.
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Chief Digital and Innovation Officer at Spry, Omnicom PR Group. Previously at Porter Novelli.
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News applications developer at ProPublica, focusing on politics and elections. Previously at The New York Times.
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The Innovators-in-Residence Program was launched by a $200,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to expand the college’s ongoing efforts to create a culture of experimentation and innovation and encourage change in journalism education.