Sharon Moshavi

president International Center for Journalists

Sharon Moshavi is the President of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ). Moshavi oversees new project development, innovation, research and impact at ICFJ, the premier global network of journalists. From newsroom transformation efforts in India to investigative reporting networks in Latin America and health reporting across Africa, she has led the design of a range of projects aimed at strengthening independent media. In addition, Moshavi developed an initiative to spur innovation in combating dis/misinformation in the world's five largest democracies. She directed the publication of ICFJ’s 2017 and 2019 surveys on the State of Technology in Global Newsrooms, in 14 languages.

Prior to ICFJ, Moshavi worked as Communications Manager at the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. For more than a decade before that, Moshavi was based in New Delhi, Jerusalem and Tokyo, reporting on issues from across Asia and the Middle East for The Boston Globe, Newsday, BusinessWeek,  KQED, PRI,  and The New Republic, among others.

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