Marcin Antosiewicz studied political science at universities in Warsaw, Kraków and Fribourg in Switzerland. He spent 15 years in the Polish public media, including as a TVP1 and TVP2 news reporter. He used to work as a foreign correspondent from London and Berlin, for Deutsche Welle, The Sun and WP Television. He has reported from
Rabiya Jaffery is an independent journalist covering stories from West and South Asia. Most of her work focuses on migrants and refugees.
Adam D. Williams is a journalist and writer based in Mexico City. Williams has covered Latin America since 2009 and previously lived in Costa Rica from 2009-2013, where he was Bloomberg’s Central American and Caribbean correspondent. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Financial Times, El País, Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg, and he
Mackinley “Mack” FitzPatrick is an Archaeology Ph.D. student at Harvard University. His interests primarily lie in ancient media, particularly in the form of record keeping systems like that of the Inka khipu. Mack has conducted field work in Wyoming, the northern coast and highlands of Peru, and the southwestern Brazilian Amazon. Most memorable paycheck: When
Daniel James Clark attended college at the University of Nevada, Reno, where he received a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in photography and a minor in journalism. He lives with his family in Henderson, Nevada, where he spends his time as a homemaker, photographing news events, maintaining a nonprofit website and writing stories.
Yashika Torib is a maritime journalist, marine environment volunteer, public speaker, educator, author, and traveler. Her exposure with the Philippine maritime industry spans 15 years of writing and reporting for several print and broadcast maritime media, covering issues about crewing, maritime education and training, domestic and international shipping, maritime security, marine environmental protection, and interests
Julianne Pepitone spent years on staff at CNN Business and then at NBC News, covering consumer tech, cybersecurity and business. Now a freelance journalist, she works with clients including IEEE Spectrum, HGTV Magazine, Memorial Sloan Kettering, NYMag.com, Glassdoor, Popular Mechanics, Cosmopolitan, Town & Country, Thrillist and The Village Voice.
Based in Iceland, Jenna Gottlieb is a freelance journalist and Iceland guidebook author. She has written for publications including the Associated Press, CNN Travel and Quartz. Before moving to Iceland in 2012, she worked in New York on the staffs of Pensions & Investments, American Banker and Private Equity International. Jenna is the author of
Erika Piñeros is a multimedia journalist investigating and reporting on human rights, sexual violence, migration, conflict and other socio-political issues in Southeast Asia, Latin America and East Africa. She has reported on issues including sexual violence, internal displacement, kidnapping, migration, land grabbing and and the depletion of natural resources. Her first paycheck: “When I moved
Based in Tokyo, Taro Karibe is a Japanese freelance Photographer. He has contributed to publications including WIRED, Washington Post, Der Spiegel, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Japan, and Newsweek Japan. He has also worked on creating personal artworks and shown them internationally. Major awards include PDN Photo Annual (USA). His first paycheck: “It was 2012