Looking for advice on how to take the next step in your career? Get practical tips from panelists who will talk about their own experiences and discuss what employers are looking for.
Coburn Dukehart is the Digital and Multimedia Director for the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism. Her role at the Center includes directing its visual strategy, creating visual and audio content, managing digital assets and training student and professional journalists. Dukehart previously was a senior photo editor at National Geographic, the picture and multimedia editor at NPR, and has also worked at USATODAY.com and washingtonpost.com. @cdukehart
Alden Loury is a senior editor with WBEZ-FM, Chicago’s NPR affiliate. Loury leads a team of three journalists providing enterprise reporting on race and class, as well as housing, immigration and employment. Documenting segregation and racial inequality in housing, education, employment, the criminal justice system, economic development and politics have been a focus of Alden’s work for more than 20 years.
Soo Oh is a data visualization reporter focusing on economics at the Wall Street Journal. @SooOh
Lee Zurik is an Evening News Anchor and Chief Investigative Reporter at WVUE-TV in New Orleans and Director of Investigations at Gray Television and Investigate TV. Lee has been honored with many of journalism’s top awards including the Peabody, duPont, and IRE Medal. Before Hurricane Katrina, Lee was a sports anchor/reporter. He taught himself to be an investigative reporter by reading IRE resources (books and tipsheets) and attending IRE conferences.
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