The Seattle Globalist

Seattle, WA   |  http://seattleglobalist.com

Mission

The mission of The Seattle Globalist is to elevate diverse voices through media. We serve the Pacific Northwest with a focus on the greater Seattle area.

Ruling year info

2007

Executive Director

Ms. Jessica Partnow

Main address

PO Box 22806

Seattle, WA 98122 USA

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Formerly known as

The CLP

EIN

20-5999325

NTEE code info

Media, Communications Organizations (A30)

Film, Video (A31)

Printing, Publishing (A33)

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Globalist Youth

The Globalist Youth program provides training for the next generation of journalists and multimedia storytellers. Programs are offered year round and open to youth ages 16-20. Learn how to use professional media equipment to share stories in your community.

Population(s) Served

The Seattle Globalist is a daily online publication that covers the connections between local and global issues here in Seattle. We highlight diverse voices and train the next generation of media makers.

Our mission is to elevate diverse voices through media.

We believe that creating opportunities for diverse people to report on and write about issues important to them, through a platform that engages a broad public audience, will help create a vibrant media environment that truly represents the world we live in. We work toward this vision by:

Cultivating new voices: We provide journalism training and publishing opportunities for underserved youth through our Apprenticeship program and Globalist Youth workshops, support innovative international journalism projects by media makers in our community and provide editorial mentorship to non-professional journalists interested in writing for The Seattle Globalist.
Acting as a bridge: We cover the intersection between local and global issues, connect professional and non-professional journalists, and fill the space between Seattle’s ethnic press and mainstream media.
Starting conversations: The Seattle Globalist is a catalyst for community conversation about politics, immigration, diversity, education and more, and it’s a place where all perspectives are welcomed and fostered.
In 2014, U.S. newsrooms were less than 14% staffed by ethnic minorities: barely 1/3 the numbers people of color represent in our nation’s population overall. We want that to change.

Writers for The Seattle Globalist are more than 40% people of color, and 20% foreign-born. Our leadership team is 75% female and 60% people of color.

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Awards

Interactive Narratives, Notable Entry: Water Wars 2008

Knight Batten Awards for Innovations in Journalism

First Place, Business Reporting: Bitter Harvest 2008

Society of Professional Journalists Award

Region 1, News Series: Life on the Duwamish 2008

Edward R Murrow Award

International News, Notable Entry: CLPMag.org 2006

Knight-Batten Awards for Innovations in Journalism

Best Feature: Dismantling a Dangerous Past 2006

Independent Press Association Award

Sigma Delta Chi Award, Magazine Writing: The Return 2011

Society of Professional Journalists

Northwest Excellence in Journalism Awards, First Place, Online Video: Never Going Home 2011

Society of Professional Journalists, Region 10

Northwest Excellence in Journalism Awards, First Place, Online Special Report/Enterprise: Never Going Home 2011

Society of Professional Journalists, Region 10

Northwest Excellence in Journalism Awards, First Place, Long Feature, Daily Newspapers: Never Going Home 2011

Society of Professional Journalists, Region 10

Northwest Excellence in Journalism Awards, Second Place, Personalities Reporting, Magazine: The Return 2011

Society of Professional Journalists, Region 10

Northwest Excellence in Journalism Awards, Third Place, Online Gallery/Slideshow: Born in Bangladesh 2011

Society of Professional Journalists, Region 10

Financials

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The Seattle Globalist

Board of directors
as of 6/3/2016
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Board chair

Roxana Norouzi

OneAmerica

Term: Nov 2014 - Nov 2016

Anita Crofts Vice President

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Eroyn Franklin Secretary

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