SEMINARS

Knight Community Info Challenge Boot Camp

October 2, 2010 - October 7, 2010
Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, University of Southern California
In partnership with John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

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Fellows

Kay Beard
Director of Operations, West Anniston Foundation

Dvorah Ben-Moshe
Co-founder and President of Civication, Inc.

Ariella Cohen
Co-founder of The Lens, New Orleans' first non-profit investigative news website

Joe Copeland
Deputy Editor, Crosscut Public Media

Eric Dregne
Vice President of Programs, Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque

Tim Francisco
Co-director, TheNewsOutlet.org

Laura Frank
Director, I-News, the Rocky Mountain Investigative News Network

Carol Gentry
Founder and Editor, Health News Florida

Travis Gilmour
Director of Public Media for Alaska Public Telecommunications

Nancy Jones
Vice President for Public Policy and Communications, Dade Community Foundation

Tom Lindley
Project Coordinator/lead reporter for Oklahoma Center for Public Journalism

Charlotte-Anne Lucas
Project Coordinator, NOWCastSA.com

Jeanne Pearlman
Senior Vice President for programs and policy, The Pittsburgh Foundation

Eric Pearson
Executive Vice President, El Paso Community Foundation

Robert Pennybacker
Vice President of Creative Services at PBS Hawaii

Christina Prignano
Communications Associate, MassINC/CommonWealth magazine

Clare Rosser
Communications Specialist, Family & Children First Council of Cuyahoga County, Ohio

John Rudolph
Executive Producer, Feet in Two Worlds

Jacob Simas
Documentary Journalist and Associate Editor at New America Media

Tracy Viselli
Community Manager, ACTion Alexandria

Jason Walker
Library Supervisor, Rapid City Public Libraries

Patricia Zoder
Executive Director, Crossroads Charlotte, and Project manager at ThoughtBox

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