Emma Carew Grovum
Emma’s work on Source
- Practical Tips for Improving Mental Health in the Newsroom
- SRCCON: How Not to Skew Data with Statistics
Articles by Emma
Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Everyone can help close the wage gap for journalists of color
You don’t have to tell EVERYONE how much money you currently or have made in order to participate in salary transparency.Posted on
You don’t have to tell EVERYONE how much money you currently or have made in order to participate in salary transparency.
Sincerely, Leaders of Color: What we’ll do in 2022
It’s not enough for us to ask others for their commitments, without first making some of our own.Posted on
Over the next few weeks, you’ll see a series of guest columns that are a little different than our usual offering. As promised, we solicited and received commitments (not predictions) from journalism leaders. We’re excited to publish these thoughts and promises made by our fellow leaders, allies, and rebels — of all colors.
Sincerely, Leaders of Color: We’re back and better than ever
Newsroom leaders: We want to hear what you’re *actually* going to do next year to help journalists of color thrivePosted on
We’ve been funded for 2022! Newsroom leaders: We want to hear what you’re *actually* going to do next year to help journalists of color thrive.
Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Lessons from SRCCON2021
Whisper networks, everyone needs help, what allyship means, and how there’s no universal answer to DEIPosted on
Whisper networks, everyone needs help, what allyship means, and how there’s no universal answer to DEI
Sincerely, Leaders of Color: What white allies can do
We’re often asked by well-meaning white allies what they can do to support our work. Here’s just a few places to start.Posted on
We’re often asked by well-meaning white allies what they can do to support our work. Here’s just a few places to start.
Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Dear imposter syndrome…
Managers and leaders have a role in combating imposter syndromePosted on
For leaders, dealing with imposter syndrome means gently pushing our people into seeing their own success.
Sincerely, Leaders of Color: To whom it may concern
We’re opening a space for and by leaders of color in newsrooms. You can help us.Posted on
Sincerely, Leaders of Color is written for everyone in the journalism industry who cares about creating a more supportive environment for journalists of color to do their best work.
How to Start Taking Digital Security More Seriously
Any journalist can be a target, no matter their role. It’s time to take more steps toward security.Posted on
A starter pack of ideas for increasing the security of your digital footprint.
How to Be an Ally in the Newsroom
Anyone can be a better ally to their marginalized colleagues, starting right now.Posted on
Step outside your comfort zone, step up to support your friends and colleagues, and act boldly to advocate for inclusion.
How to Diversify Your Newsroom, Starting Now
Emma Carew Grovum on taking steps toward an equitable and inclusive organizationPosted on
Emma Carew Grovum’s action steps toward diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizational cultures.
Five Years in News Nerd Careers
A state-of-the-community roundtable to celebrate Source’s anniversaryPosted on
Marking our five-year anniversary with a community roundtable on what’s changed since we launched.
A Guide to Overcoming Debilitating Personality Traits
Tips and advice from SRCCON 2017 on navigating social interactions and mental health at workPosted on
How to navigate tricky social interaction and personality traits, with advice from SRCCON 2017.
5 Things I Learned at AAJA’s iCON (and a Few Things I’m Still Considering)
A Report Back from a Clarifying WeekendPosted on
Reflections on iCON, the Asian American Journalists Association’s event in Miami last month.