CONNECTED: A Closer Look at Investigative Journalism Across SC
Have you ever wondered how the media identifies key commuity issues and conducts the research to accurately tell these important stories? Don't miss this opportunity to take a closer look at investigative journalism through the eyes of Managing Editor Autumn Phillips, Watchdog Editor Glenn Smith and Senior Reporter Tony Band. This session will give you an apprecition of how The Post & Courier shines a light on critical issues across South Carolina.
Come prepared with your questions about the issues which are most important to you and your organization.
Each of our CONNECTED sessions is an opportunity for Together SC members to build relationships with The Post & Courier team.
The conversation will be led by Managing Editor Autumn Phillips, with Watchdog Editor Glenn Smith and Senior Reporter Tony Bartelme.
Autumn Phillips has been the managing editor of The Post and Courier for three years. She is a Wyoming native. Her first job after leaving Wyoming was to serve as a VISTA volunteer in Pittsburgh, Pa. That started a life dedicated to community service of which journalism is a cornerstone. Before moving to Charleston, she served as executive editor of the Quad-City Times in Davenport, Iowa, and at newspapers in Maine, Texas, Colorado, Idaho and Illinois.
Glenn Smith is The Post and Courier's Watchdog and Public Service Editor. He led the four-person team that produced the newspaper's Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation, "Till Death Do Us Part." A former South Carolina journalist of the year, he is a Connecticut native and a longtime crime reporter.
As projects reporter for The Post and Courier, Tony Bartelme’s investigative reporting has exposed government corruption and explored diverse issues ranging from changes in ocean plankton to the global shortage of doctors. His work has received the highest honors in journalism, and he is a three-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He was awarded a Harvard Nieman Fellowship in 2010 and is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. His latest book is “A Surgeon in the Village: An American Doctor Teaches Brain Surgery in Africa.”
All session are free of charge and open to staff and board members of current Together SC member organizations.
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- May 18
- June 15
SC Association for Community Economic Development
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Graphic Designer | Developer
Neue South Collective
President & CEO
Lions Vision Services
Hospice & Palliative Care Foundation
Volunteer & Donation Coordinator
Greer Relief and Resources Agency, Inc.
Interim Executive Director
Greater Columbia Community Relations Council
Father to Father, Inc.