Sarah Stuteville

As co-founder and editor of The Common Language Project, an award-winning journalism non-profit based at University of Washington that is committed to connecting stories around the world, Sarah Stuteville has a mission to engage, educate and inform Americans of all ages on the crucial human issues of our time through innovative and accessible journalism.

Sarah’s work on topics such as human rights, gender equality, social and economic justice, immigration, education, labor, health and the environment has been published by The Seattle Times, GlobalPost, Seattle Weekly and KUOW among others, garnering her a 2008 Unity Award for Reporting of Economics, Society of Professional Journalism Awards for Business Reporting, and Edward R. Murrow Award, two Knight Batten Awards for Innovation in Journalism and several Independent Press Association awards.

Talks

Sarah Stuteville

Journalism Revived

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