News Journalists

Browse the directory of news journalists below. We found 199 news journalists listed.

Morgan Kenyon

Business Journalist

About me... I am an experienced writer, editor and business journalist. I have so far had the pleasure of writing for peak body organisations, not-for-profits, industry leaders, national and international franchises, SMEs, and sole traders. I value respect, passion, creativity, equity, and courage above all else. I grew up in a rural village and regional stories remain very dear to my heart. I am currently working as a business journalist for Region Media and loving every minute. Writing is my world. Come and join me in it!


Eduardo Ortiz

Word Wizard & Message Architect

Experienced content writer, copywriter, and proofreader. Meticulous attention to detail. Exceptional grammar, style, and punctuation skills. Craft compelling and persuasive copy, and deliver polished, error-free content on time. Enthusiastic team player with a flair for words that resonate. Contact me to elevate your written content and captivate your audience!


Joan Gralla

General Assignment Reporter, Newsday

I adore breaking news, excel at finding the sources to do so and spotting holes in what's presented -- hopefully improving the outcome. It’s wonderful working with such a talented group excelling in so many areas, including video and graphics. No newcomers to SEO. My hope is my public service aims, starting with my Reuters Holocaust restitution series, will appeal to you. Researching, spotting a new angle -- and then writing as simply as possible to truly explain complex problems, from global warming to COVID-19, are some of my strong suits. Curiosity always serves me well. For Reuters, where I worked most of my career, I covered many financial markets; New York, NYC and states from Maine to Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas, reporting on all manner of policies, legislation and budgets. Breaking news with New York City's budgets was one strength. Covering 9/11 -- from the attack through the reconstruction -- later led me to report for Newsday about flawed safety gear provided often immigrant asbestos workers. For Reuters TV, I interviewed a few dozen governors, treasurers, mayors and the like; wrote companion stories; gave live reports. I've co-moderated Crain's Business Breakfast panels; spoken on journalism panels. A Loyola Law School public service fellowship was wonderful. Recently I was on "Crime Stories with Nancy Grace at 7 minutes, 29, 36, 39, 42, for example. At Reuters, I regularly led competitors covering precious metals, debt, equities and energy -- a highlight was the UN-Iraq oil-for-food talks, a lengthy assignment. My multi-year Holocaust series began when NYC axed a Swiss bank from a bond sale. Two days later that was a front page New York Times story; that wasn't the first; I've had to match them too. Local, national, such as the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, and global media often ran my stories outlining talks between advocates, governments, museums, rail roads, banks and insurers. I also put Reuters first with the U.S. EPA's demand NYC cleanse its water with a new plant the city said cost too much. That was a bit of a merry-go-round. A recent Newsday story about stiffer rules for wastewater plants benefited from my in-depth experience reporting on this problem. So did a story on the curtailed lives of the oysters planted in New York Harbor's restoration programs. Previous stints: Securities Week, Physicians Financial News, the Research Institute of America, The Wall Street Transcript. Thank you for considering me, Joan

Shaw Israel Izikson

Managing Editor, The Berkshire Edge

Shaw Israel Izikson is the Managing Editor for The Berkshire Edge. Izikson is an award-winning journalist, editor, and photographer from Baltimore, Maryland. He has been in the journalism field for over 20 years, starting as a reporter for The Irregular newspaper in Kingfield, Maine. Izikson worked at The Lakeville Journal starting in 2007. He subsequently worked at the company for 11 years as a reporter at all three newspapers owned by The Lakeville Journal. Izikson subsequently served as the editor for The Winsted Journal from 2014 to 2017. He was the winner of the 2015 New England Better Newspaper competition in editorial writing. From 2019 to 2021 he was the editor of The Winsted Phoenix, and most recently The Country Journal in late 2021.


Inga Vere

Editora/periodista (ES, EN, RU)

Facultad de Filología (cum laude) y Máster en Comunicación Empresarial. Más de 15 años de experiencia en medios de comunicación: formación de políticas editoriales, planificación y creación de contenidos, SEO, contratación y supervisión de los autores, desarrollo y lanzamiento de startups, gestión de redes sociales Creatividad. Proactividad. Respeto de los deadlines. Competencias gerenciales. Especialización: ⁕ noticias, ⁕ imagen de marca ⁕ trabajo con reputación ⁕ textos efectivos para landing pages y emailing, ⁕ comunicados de prensa, ⁕ descripciones de productos y servicios, ⁕ reviews, reseñas, analítica. Temas: negocios © bienes raíces © medicina © educación © moda / diseño © lifestyle © viajes © celebridades © tecnología


Lauren Brathwaite

Candid insights Content Editor, Candid

Lauren serves as content editor for Candid insights. In this role, she authors and edits content leveraging Candid’s internal thought leadership and data. She also collaborates with external experts to provide valuable insights and actionable information on social sector-specific trends and issues. Before joining Candid insights, Lauren was the content editor for Candid’s Philanthropy News Digest. With PND, she wrote about various topics relevant to the social sector through diverse editorial formats, including discussions on Black philanthropy and feminist philanthropy. Lauren holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in English and a minor in Education from Lincoln University (HBCU) and a Master of Science degree in Publishing from Pace University.


Zainab Haji


International Relations and Arabic student at the University of St Andrews. This page contains a selection of previous work. Contact: [email protected]

Bianca Maria Gonzalez

Daily News, Features Journalism, Case Studies, Blog Writing

Bianca Gonzalez is a tech and finance writer who highlights the intersection of technical advancements and social change. As a daily news and features contributor for Biometric Update, she covers advancements in biometrics and the rise of mass surveillance. As a solutions journalist for Next City, she covers urban solutions throughout the US. She covers community financial institutions and intersectional disability justice. As a case study writer for Community Solutions, she highlights progress cities are making in ending homelessness using the Built for Zero methodology.


Kaitlin Gates

Freelance Writer

Hello and thank you for visiting! I have a background in television news and seven years of experience in freelance writing and online journalism. While working in TV, I covered online breaking news and emergencies including severe weather and violent situations to help keep the community safe. As a freelancer, I have covered everything from business and celebrity news to recalls, deals, new food and menu items, sales, product reviews, science, health, curiosity, gift guides and more. I am used to working on tight deadlines ranging from minutes to hours, as well as longer, evergreen content. I have nearly 3,000 bylines, but a very small selection is below. You can find more information about my education and previous work on my LinkedIn profile.