Brent Jones, editor of tradition, coaching and outreach at The Wall Road Journal, and Emma Moody, editor of requirements and ethics at The Journal, despatched out the next on Thursday:
We’re happy to announce our WSJ Belief Fellowship program individuals following a powerful response from the newsroom to this inner alternative. Given the energy of the purposes, we’re awarding two fellowships this fall, and proceed with an extra fellow within the spring.
Congratulations to Joshua Jamerson and Emil Lendof, who can be our fall individuals. Josh, a nationwide politics reporter in Washington, will work intently with Philana Patterson on the Requirements staff, specializing in variety in our protection and sourcing. Emil, a photograph editor for the Markets staff, will companion intently with Barbara Chai on the Tradition, Coaching & Outreach staff. He’ll assist create coaching and assets for spreading visible literacy within the newsroom and strengthening visually numerous protection.
This system will proceed with Laura Casey within the spring. Laura, a analysis editor of WSJ. Journal, has expressed curiosity in creating coaching and different assets targeted on protection that entails folks with disabilities.
We couldn’t be extra excited for the training exchanges that lie forward with Josh, Emil and Laura. When the WSJ Belief Fellowship was launched in 2019, we got down to encourage and create a tradition of studying by means of the lens of our protection mission and variety. We additionally got down to present colleagues with extra publicity to newsroom management, an opportunity to take part in decision-making conversations, and alternatives to think about the subsequent steps of their careers on the Journal.
Please be part of us in congratulating Josh, Emil and Laura and supporting them all through their fellowship experiences within the months forward.
All the very best,
Brent & Emma