Angilee Shah is an editor and entrepreneur who tells great stories for diverse, inclusive communities. She specializes in building teams and content for people and communities too often left out of media narratives. Shah spent six years as a founding editor of Global Nation, PRI’s The World’s coverage of immigration in the US, where in one year she brought 50 new contributors to the program. As a reporter and editor, her work has been read and heard around the world, including a book about everyday lives in China and a trio of investigative stories about the end of Sri Lanka’s 30-year civil war. She is working on media systems with ground-up approaches to narrative reporting, to tackle the big stories with an editorial process designed for and by the people being covered.
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Articles by Angilee
Sincerely, Leaders of Color: How to (not) ask for help finding applicants for your program or job
If you’ve already posted your job, it might be too late to get the truly diverse pool of applicants you’re hoping forPosted on
If you’ve already posted your job description, you might be too late to get the truly diverse pool of applicants you were hoping for.
Engagement Isn’t a Project, It’s a Way of Making News
It isn’t audiences that need to be more engaged, it’s newsrooms.Posted on
Engagement is not something you simply add to an organizational chart or a budget. If you want to be engaged with the people you are trying to serve, you have to change what you prioritize in your newsroom.