Ashoka Globalizer Strategy Thought Partners - Participative-Journalism

Summit(s): Participative-Journalism

Dr. Beatriz Azeredo has a PhD in Economics from the Economics Institute of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She is Director of Social Responsibility and Public Relations for TV Globo as well as a professor of the Institute of Economics at UFRJ. Previous positions include Director...

Summit(s):
Participative-Journalism
Bonn-2013

Dan Austin is a veteran news-media executive with private, public and non-profit media-management experience in both U.S. and foreign markets. He currently chairs the Global Press Institute, a non-profit organization that trains women in the developing world as journalists and syndicates their...

Summit(s):
Youth-Employment-Africa
Participative-Journalism

Eric Chinje is currently a Visiting Scholar at the George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, and an Adviser to the governments of Liberia and South Sudan on their strategic, development and international communications. He is a Senior Advisor at the Washington-based International...

Summit(s):
Participative-Journalism
Vienna-2013

Ferhan Cook is the co-founder of London-based m-Spark.org, a newly created virtual start-up accelerator and advisory, designed to help social entrepreneurs in strategic business modeling, investor pitching and partnership/investor matching. m-spark.org focuses especially on mobile and internet...

Summit(s): Participative-Journalism

Graham Griffith is a media strategist and career public radio producer with a track record of creating programming that responds to the changing media landscape. From launching Rhode Island’s first public radio program in 2000, to creating the award-winning, national talk show On Point after the...

Summit(s): Participative-Journalism

Gregor Hackmack born in 1977 is co-founder of ParliamentWatch.org, an independent platform which gives German citizens the possibility to ask public questions and receive public answers from their members of parliament over the Internet. More than 90 percent of all members of parliament...

Summit(s):
Participative-Journalism
Bonn-2013

Helena Lersch studied Economics and Politics in Maastricht, Hong Kong and London with a focus on international trade. Prior to Google, she gained experience in European politics as well as in business strategy. At Google she is part of the policy Team located in Berlin. Her area of expertise is...

Summit(s):
Participative-Journalism
Bonn-2013

A journalist, trainer and media development specialist, for the past eight years Jane McElhone has been working with the Open Society Foundations' International Media Program, supporting media and media development in a wide variety of countries around the world. Prior to joining OSF Jane worked...

Summit(s): Participative-Journalism

Jean Garner is a Senior Producer overseeing Acquisitions and Commissions for Al Jazeera English (AJE) programs in the Americas, primarily for Witness, the channel’s flagship documentary program. She works closely with independent filmmakers across the region to develop story ideas that will...

Summit(s): Participative-Journalism

Jerry Timmins is Director of GMT Media Ltd, a consultancy working with partners in the Europe, Middle East and Africa to establish and reform broadcast media. He worked for the BBC for 30 years in Radio and TV, both as journalist, producer and senior executive. As Head of Americas, and then Head...