The Institute is led by Patti Sonntag, former managing editor of The New York Times’ News Services Division.
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The Strathcona County Library Journal is a project of Michael Hingston, writer-in-residence for the Metro Edmonton Federation of Libraries.
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The newsletter, launched eight weeks before the royal wedding, takes readers inside the event.
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The organization is based on three pillars: networking, mentorship and community building.
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Vicky Mochama and Katie Jensen decided to launch Vocal Fry Studios to help amplify voices of underrepresented communities.
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