Our profiles of emerging talent in the space of journalism. People to watch, or to hire.
Leading Millennials: Cristina Maza, freelance reporter"Once someone has the journalism bug, there isn’t much you can do to stop that person from reporting."
Leading Millennials: Didem Tali, freelance reporter"I became a financially sustainable freelance journalist by trial and error and figuring most things on my own. Being a freelance journalist is basically running a small business."
Leading Millennials: Robin Kwong, Financial Times"Make public commitments, and get others to help hold me accountable to them."
Leading Millennials: Kirsten Han, Freelance Reporter"Don’t take rejections to heart. Pitch rejections are par for the course."
Leading Millennials: Rebecca Pazos, SPH"I love the feeling of being the first to know something."
Leading Millennials: Elizabeth Law, Agence France-Presse"I was taught that if your work improves the life of just one person, you have done your duty in public service."
Leading Millennials: Kyle Malinda-White, Freelance Reporter"Everyone should get out of their safe zone for a while. The best experiences we have as people are the ones in unfamiliar environments."
Leading Millennials: Victoria Ho, Mashable"It’s hard to see someone else have the story and not you, and question the decisions you made earlier."
Leading Millennials: Katharina Finke, Freelance Reporter"You have to be persistent, let go of your expectations and get in touch with people."
Leading Millennials: Yusuf Omar, Hindustan Times"Young people value experiences, travel and social media capital. The last one is important."
Leading Millennials: Candice Montenegro, D5 Studio"As long as I’m doing work that inspires me, and my work makes people’s lives better, then I know I’m headed in the right direction."
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