Tanya Pampalone is the managing editor of the Global Investigative Journalism Network, a non-profit based in Washington, D.C. The former executive editor of South Africa's Mail & Guardian, she was the 2013 Menell Media Fellow at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy. She is the co-editor of two nonfiction narrative collections, Writing Invisibility: Conversations on the Inner City (Mail & Guardian, 2013) and I Want To Go Home Forever: Stories of Becoming and Belonging in South Africa's Great Metropolis (Wits Press, 2018).
Sarah Salvadore is an independent data and investigative journalist.
Salvadore spent the past year collaborating on a multimedia investigation for The New Yorker. She worked as a fellow at Columbia’s Global Migration Project - writing and publishing stories of impact on women and girls, migrating from Central America's Northern Triangle. She is a 2016 alumna of Columbia Journalism School, New York, graduating with an MS in Data Specialization and Gender Migration.
Salvadore was part of Columbia's first cohort specializing in data-driven journalism. She is interested in telling human interest stories, using latest tools in data collection, analysis and visualization.
She previously worked with the Times of India in Hyderabad and Kolkata.
Erin Siegal McIntyre is a independent investigative journalist. She is a Senior Fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University and the author of "Finding Fernanda."
Manuela Andreoni is an independent journalist based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she was born and raised. She was a fellow at the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism and Columbia Journalism Investigations, in New York, and continues to work on cross-border investigations about Latin American issues. Her work as a reporter has been published by the The New York Times, the New Yorker Magazine, BBC Panorama, The Globe and Mail, Univision, Agência Pública and others.
Catalina Lobo-Guerrero is a freelance journalist and anthropologist currently living in Barcelona, Spain. For the past decade she has been working as an investigative journalist and correspondent in Bogotá, Colombia and Caracas, Venezuela where has written about politics, corruption, the armed conflict and violence. Her work has been published by The New York Times, The Guardian, El País and other smaller and independent media outlets in Latin America.
Malia Politzer is the executive editor of piqd.com, and an award-winning long-form journalist based out of Spain. She specializes in reporting on migration, international development, human rights issues and investigative reporting.
Originally from California, she's lived in China, Spain, Mexico and India, and reported from various countries in Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Her primary beats relate to immigration, economics and international development. She has published articles in Huffington Post Highline, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue India, Mint, Far Eastern Economic Review, Foreign Policy, Reason Magazine, and the Phoenix New Times. She is also a regular contributor to Devex.
Her Huffington Post Highline series, "The 21st Century Gold Rush" won awards from the National Association of Magazine Editors, Overseas Press Club, and American Society of Newspaper Editors. She's also won multiple awards for feature writing in India and the United States.
Her reporting has been supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, The Institute For Current World Affairs, and the Global Migration Grant.
Degrees include a BA from Hampshire College and MS from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where was a Stabile Fellow at the Center for Investigative Journalism.
Annie Hylton is an international investigative journalist from Canada. She writes about gender, immigration, human rights, and conflict, and has worked in East Africa, the Middle East, Central America, and elsewhere. She teaches journalism at Sciences Po in Paris and was a former international lawyer focusing on situations of conflict. Hylton is a graduate of Columbia University’s Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism and also holds a J.D. and Master of Laws in international humanitarian law.