Master class: Leading the data team **pre-registered attendees only
Experienced data journalists will share practical tips on how they've led their teams and convinced higher-ups to integrate data into the newsroom. Our instructors will show how they made it into leadership and how they excelled once they got there.
Topics will include:
- How to lead a team to create their best work
- Handling expectations from management
- Carving out a career path in leadership when you're known for your data skills
- Making data journalism a core principle in your newsroom
- Managing your time and the time of your team
This class is ideal for data journalists who are looking to break into leadership and need guidance on how to get there or existing leaders who need tips on how to lead effectively.
Preregistration is required and seating is limited.
Janet Roberts heads the data journalism team at Reuters and has been wringing stories out of data since she was a student in Phil Meyer’s journalism class at UNC. Before Reuters, she worked at the New York Times, the St. Paul Pioneer Press and the Wilmington Star-News. She has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Journalism and the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting. @jersey_janet
Troy leads the data journalism team at The Associated Press, a band of coders spread across the U.S. who love to dive into data and build tools for journalism. He's always looking for new ways to collaborate with fellow journalists at other news orgs, so hit him up with ideas. He's based in New Orleans, and like most New Orleanians, probably talks about it too much.
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