Emma Lacey-BordeauxEmma Lacey-Bordeaux is a writer and journalist working for CNN based in Washington D.C.
Kirsten Han, New NaratifKirsten Han is a Singaporean freelance journalist and Editor-in-Chief of New Naratif, a platform for Southeast Asian journalism, research, art and community-building. Her work often revolves around the themes of social justice, human rights, politics and democracy. Her bylines have appeared in publications like The Guardian, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Asia Times and Southeast Asia Globe, covering a range of issues such as labour exploitation, LGBT equality and free speech. Kirsten is also a founding member of We Believe in Second Chances, a group advocating for the abolition of the death penalty in Singapore.
Mushon zer-AvivMushon Zer-Aviv is a designer, an educator and a media activist based in Tel Aviv. His work and writing explore the boundaries of interface and the biases of techno-culture as they are redrawn through politics, design and networks. Among Mushon’s collaborations, he is the VP of UX and Design at Localize.city – an insight platform merging Urbanism and algorithms; he’s the CO-founder of Shual.com – a foxy design studio; YouAreNotHere.org – a tour of Gaza through the streets of Tel Aviv; Kriegspiel – a computer game version of the Situationist Game of War; the Turing Normalizing Machine – exploring algorithmic prejudice; the AdNauseam extension – clicking ads so you don’t have to; and multiple government transparency and civic participation initiatives with the Public Knowledge Workshop; Mushon also designed the maps for Waze.com. Mushon is an alumni of Eyebeam – an art and technology center in New York. He teaches digital media as a senior faculty member at Shenkar School of Engineering and Design. Previously he taught new media research at NYU and Open Source design at Parsons the New School of Design and in Bezalel Academy of Art & Design.
Karolina GrzywnowiczKarolina Grzywnowicz is a visual artist, using an interdisciplinary approach. Her recent works deal with plants in social and political context, often of violent nature. Her practice is research-based, making use of archival materials, interviews, oral history and bibliographic records. She is looking for parallels between historical events and contemporary social and political discourses driven by urgent issues of violence, exile, and migration. She graduated from Jagiellonian University and is a grand holder of a scholarship of Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in Poland and European Cultural Foundation. Her works were shown in Zachęta National Gallery of Art (Warsaw); BWA Contemporary Art Gallery in Katowice; BWA Sokół Gallery of Contemporary Art (Nowy Sącz); WRO Art Center (Wroclaw) and in galleries in Leipzig, Berlin and Eindhoven. She lives and works in Berlin.
Eva ConstantarasEva Constantaras is a data journalist specialized in building data journalism teams in developing countries. These teams that have reported from across Latin America, Eastern Europe, Asia and East Africa on topics ranging from displacement and kidnapping by organized crime networks to extractive industries and public health. As a Google Data Journalism Scholar and a Fulbright Fellow, she developed a course for investigative and data journalism in high-risk environments.
Irene CaselliIrene Caselli is a freelance multimedia journalist with experience in print and broadcasting. She reports for the BBC, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Guardian, Univisión, and is a contributing editor for Index on Censorship magazine. After a decade in Latin America, she is now based in Italy. She is fluent in English, Spanish, Italian and German, and has intermediate French and Portuguese. She was the BBC correspondent in Venezuela when Hugo Chávez died. She also worked for the BBC in Argentina and Ecuador as a correspondent, and in London as a producer. Her interests include violence and insecurity, human rights, women, environment, health, and culture.
Tomasz SulewskiCurrently the Social Media Lead for Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa in the 3M company, responsible for the strategy and execution of digital campaigns for all the business groups (both B2B and B2C). Prior to that, he worked as a Corporate Projects Director at Orange Polska. He was an initiator and a producer of a couple of hundreds of marketing campaigns, mainly the digital ones. He has been working in the fields of communications and PR for over a dozen years. Tomasz is a member of SocialMedia.org, an elite organization that gathers social media leaders of the biggest global brands. He has been on the jury of the Young Creatives Media and Innovation Ad. His work was recognized by an EFFIE, Golden Arrow, Innovations Awards, Media Trendy, MIXX Awards and others. He also works as a coach and teaches the use of new technologies in communications, management, fundraising, and branding of an organization. He used to be a scoutmaster for the Scouting Association of the Republic of Poland, and between 2006 and 2008 was their communications lead and a spokesperson for the organization.
Michał WolniakMichał Wolniak has been working in Communications for almost 20 years. He founded the Heureka group that after 2013 was merged with the global VML network. As a Chief Strategy Officer, he deals with creating marketing strategies for the EMEA region as well as globally. He leads consulting projects aiming at digitization of mid and big size businesses through disruptive and innovative solutions. Together with the VML team he won over 100 prizes and got recognition at the most important Advertising Festivals. He chairs the jury of Innovation Ad and Effie and is a part of the MIXX chapter, and also a co-founder of the app Nightly. Michał loves theatre and is a serial father (quadruple!).
Ewa EwartEwa Ewart is a journalist and an award-winning filmmaker who specializes in groundbreaking and influential documentaries. She was born and raised in Poland, but she has spent most of her career based at the BBC TV in London, England. She has traveled and worked in many countries, producing and directing programmes ranging from investigations, political to social observational documentaries.
Włodzimierz NowakReporter, for the last 5 years he managed “Duży Format” - reporters magazine published by Polish biggest liberal newspaper and media outlet. His work has been recognized with a German George Dehio Cultural Awards (2010), Polish-German Journalist Prize 2009 and an SDP Kazimierz Dziewanowski Prize (2005) for a series of reportages from Belarus. His reporters’ books include “Obwód głowy” (in the finals of the Polish prestigious literary award - Nike 2008), “Serce narodu koło przystanku” (in the finals of the Ryszard Kapuściński Award for Literary Reportage 2009), „Niemiec. Wszystkie ucieczki Zygfryda” (nominated for Nike 2017), „Dżej Dżej. Rozmowy z Jackiem Jaśkowiakiem, prezydentem Poznania” (2017, with Violetta Szostak as a co-author).
Grzegorz PiechotaAs a researcher at University of Oxford (UK) and Harvard Business School (USA), Grzegorz Piechota studies technology-enabled disruption patterns across industries, including news media. His research work at the HBS focuses on digital business model innovations. His project at Oxford's Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism examines the impact of digital platforms on paid content models of news organisations. In addition, Piechota serves as a digital strategy adviser for Poland’s Gazeta Wyborcza (Agora) and consults with media companies worldwide. He is a member of the INMA Board of Directors and is a past president of INMA’s Europe Division. He is an active member of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, the Online News Association, the Global Editors Network. Piechota is an experienced editor and news media executive. He began his career at Gazeta Wyborcza in 1996 as a reporter in one of the smallest local offices rising to a news editor and a vice-president of Agora Foundation. A 2016 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, Piechota explored the transformation of the media business and the future of work in creative industries. His recently published research reports include "Evaluating Distributed Content in the News Media Ecosystem” (INMA, April 2016), "The Facebook-Media Relationship Status: It's Complicated" (INMA, October 2016), and “Reality check: making money with Facebook. The digital business strategy of news publishers” (WAN-IFRA, September 2017). Piechota graduated in law. He lives in Oxford in the United Kingdom with his wife and two children. He speaks fluent English, Russian, and Polish.
Dominika Bychawska-SiniarskaDominika Bychawska-Siniarska – prawniczka, działaczka społeczna.
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