Partner of the Month: The Seattle Globalist
Jessica Partnow, Cofounder & Executive Director
Jessica is executive director and a co-founder of The Seattle Globalist. She is an international radio journalist whose work has been broadcast by dozens of public radio stations, networks and programs. She was a Knight New Media Fellow at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. She has received two Edward R. Murrow Awards, regionally for her radio series Life on the Duwamish and nationally for Generation Putin, an hour-long public radio special on young people and political change in the former Soviet Union. Jessica also teaches journalism at the University of Washington.
Alex Stonehill, Cofounder & Editor in Chief
Alex is a cofounder and Editor in Chief of The Seattle Globalist. He has a background as a visual journalist and has reported from over a dozen countries, including Syria, Ethiopia and Pakistan. His work has been published by PBS, The Seattle Times, FRONTLINE/World and the Seattle Weekly. He recently directed the award-winning documentary BARZAN and he teaches journalism in the University of Washington’s Department of Communication.
Sarah Stuteville, Cofounder & Creative Director
Sarah Stuteville is a print and multimedia journalist. She’s a cofounder of The Seattle Globalist. Stuteville won the 2011 Sigma Delta Chi Award for magazine writing. She writes a weekly column on our region’s international connections that is shared by the Seattle Globalist and The Seattle Times and funded with a grant from Seattle International Foundation.
Staff & Columnists
Forrest Baum, Calendar Editor
Forrest Baum is a father, filmmaker, animator, and standup comedian. He hosts Academia Nut! (a science show on Hollow Earth Radio), and can usually be found biking about town to lectures.
Venice Buhain, Editor
Venice Buhain is an online and print journalist whose work has appeared on TVW, Patch, The Olympian and other news organizations. She has covered diversity, education, politics and state and local issues. In her spare time, she likes to cook, play the ukulele and learn about other people’s stories.
Anna Goren, Columnist
Anna Goren is a writer, carrying on the Jewish tradition of having strong opinions about justice, and food. In this effort, she has worked with food banks, farmers markets, health clinics, grocery startups, and farms. Her freelance work has been published in The Atlantic, Crosscut, Bicycle Times Magazine, and others. She graduated from McGill University in Montreal, QC where she conducted research on social policy in the School of Social Work. When she’s not writing for The Globalist, she is consulting with non-profits, teaching poetry in the King County Jail, and obsessing over her leftovers.
Reagan Jackson, Columnist
Reagan Jackson is a writer, artist, activist, international educator and award winning journalist. She’s been a regular contributor to the Seattle Globalist since 2013. Her self published works include two children’s books (Coco LaSwish: A Fish from a Different Rainbow and Coco LaSwish: When Rainbows Go Blue) and three collections of poetry (God, Hair, Love, and America, Love and Guatemala, and Summoning Unicorns). To find out more check her out at www.rejjarts.com.
Christina Twu, Community Engagement Editor
Christina Twu is an editor/contributor at The Seattle Globalist who has received regional recognition for her reporting on race and education. Prior to the Globalist, Christina served as editor in chief of theInternational Examiner. She’s been published in Seattle Weekly, Alaska Airlines Magazine and ColorsNW Magazine (RIP). Off editing duty, she speaks Chinglish and supports revolutionary work, including that of Got Green?, an organization for which she now serves on the board.