Education Journalists

Browse the directory of education journalists below. We found 335 education journalists listed.

Pashma Manglani


I write articles, develop web content, work on newsletters, manage community pages and occasionally even write up a press release. I've worked on developing content for publications at events like the Dubai International Film Festival and the Sharjah International Book Fair.

United Arab Emirates

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Jo Faragher

Business journalist and editor

I am a business journalist and editor of 20 years. My specialism is HR and employment. I am a regular contributor to HR titles Personnel Today and People Management, and have also written features for the Financial Times, and supplements for The Times and The Guardian. I also write on general business issues such as corporate culture, achieving growth, choosing technology and data protection/privacy. I am experienced in corporate copywriting, having worked on case studies and promotional reports for business clients. I can work in a variety of media - I have produced articles for both print and online publications, helped clients with corporate blogging, used content management platforms such as WordPress and conducted video interviews. During my career I have enjoyed staff roles at the Times Educational Supplement, Personnel Today, Recruiter magazine, Information Age and Computer Business Review. I've commissioned and written features on technology, recruitment, employment issues and education. Contact me at [email protected] or 07766 685873.

United Kingdom

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Elizabeth Ann Peer

International Education Professional With a Journalism Background

California born and proudly world bred, Elizabeth Ann has developed a passion and curiosity for discovering the world and telling its stories. Inspired by her days as a news editor for her high school newspaper, she has since moved on to write for both local and international media ranging from newspapers in Marin County, Calif. and Columbia, Missouri to the United Nations and the Beijing Olympics. She has written on topics as diverse as education, crime, and religion to developing world issues. She moved to Bangkok in 2010 to pursue her dreams of living abroad and writing about the world around her. She received her MA in Journalism in 2009, and also has earned TOEFL/TESL/TEFL certification to teach English to children and business English. She returned to the United States in 2013 and earned her MA in International Education Development at Teachers College (Columbia University), combining her skills to work with Library for All, the International Rescue Committee and Current Issues in Comparative Education.

United States of America

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Bianca Fortis

Freelance reporter

Freelance multimedia journalist based in New York City.


Danielle Neveles

Emerging online and print journalist with a passion for story telling

Since I was seven years old, I've dreamed of reporting the news, providing news that really matters, giving voice to the voiceless. Now as a recent graduate with a BA in Journalism, I'm living my dream. I'm currently freelancing in the Chicagoland area. Writing poetry in my spare time and blogging.


Teodora Beleaga

Data Journalist interested in Education, Welfare and Technology

A recent graduate of City University London's pioneering Interactive Journalism MA, I'm currently honing critical data analysis and visualisation skills with the KnowledgeBase Marketing Group, part of Wunderman UK. Prior to this I completed work experience with the Guardian's Data Store, Hampstead and Highgate Express, Southwark News and the BBC College of Journalism. If you'd like to get in touch please email [email protected]

United Kingdom

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