As part of the Pulitzer Center's commitment to promoting diverse perspectives in journalism, Senior Editor Tom Hundley will be receiving pitches at the NABJ conference August 2-3. NABJ 2018 attendees are welcome to use this form to sign-up for a 20-minute pitching session. If you have any questions, please contact Jin Ding at firstname.lastname@example.org. After registration, you will be contacted by Pulitzer Center staff by August 1 with details of the meeting.
Hundley will also appear on the NABJ panel "Making the Pitch: How to Land Grants and Reporting Fellowships." (Time/Date of the Panel to be decided.)
The Pulitzer Center funds international travel costs for reporting projects covering regions and topics of global importance, with an emphasis on under-reported issues in the mainstream American media. Grants are open year-round to all journalists; staff journalists as well as freelancers of any nationality are eligible to apply. Please visit this page to find more information on our main travel grants.
Pulitzer Center funded four NABJ journalists among a dozen pitches we received on-site at the NABJ 2017: Marissa Evans, Phillip Martin, Melissa Noel, and Janelle Richards. This year, Martin and Richards will return to NABJ 2018 as panelists on the panel "Covering International Affairs From Here" co-sponsored by the NABJ Global Journalism Task Force and the Pulitzer Center. (Friday, August 3rd from 2:45-4:15 in room Nicolet B.)
Pulitzer Center is hosting a reception in partnership with the NABJ Global Journalism Task Force on Friday, August 3. Click here to RSVP.