Journalism Training

I am available to teach international journalism training sessions offered in either English or French.

In September 2011, I worked in Libreville, Gabon, in conjunction with the Gabonese Ministry of Communications, to train Gabonese journalists in investigative journalism techniques.

In 2006, I was a Knight International Press Fellow in Algiers, Algeria for four months, offering training sessions — in French — for both Francophone and Arabophone newspaper journalists. I conceived and executed workshops on journalism basics, enterprise journalism, and investigative journalism.

In 2009, I returned twice to Algeria to conduct week-long training sessions in investigative journalism under the auspices of the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX).

In 2007, I was a faculty member at the Jackson Hole Writers Conference, working with Terry Tempest Williams and Alexandra Fuller to present magazine writing seminars.

In 2004 and 2005, I taught magazine writing seminars for two consecutive summers at the Aspen Summer Words Festival, sponsored by the Aspen Writers Institute.

Maison de la Presse, Algiers, Algeria. Photo by Daniel Glick