About Amy Webb
WEBB, AMY is a digital strategy consultant and adapts current and emerging technologies to solve problems in mainstream journalism/journalism education. Webb has spent more than 15 years working within media as a reporter, publisher or consultant. She began her career as a reporter/ writer with Newsweek (Tokyo Bureau) and the Asian Wall Street Journal (Hong Kong bureau) where she covered emerging technology, media and cultural trends. She has contributed to New York Times, NPR, Economist, Philadelphia Inquirer and many publications and broadcast shows. Her work has been recognized with awards/nominations from Webby, Editor & Publisher, Investigative Reporters & Editors, Society of Professional Journalists, W3 and IAVA. She has a master’s from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and holds a bachelor’s in political economics from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. She has Nikyu Certification in the Japanese government-administered Language Proficiency Test and speaks fluently. Amy has been on the adjunct journalism faculty at University of Maryland, Temple University, Tokyo University and University of the Arts. She is also currently associated with the International Center for Journalists, where she creates training programs and seminars for journalists around the world. She is a featured speaker at media conferences and journalism workshops and blogs at http://www.mydigimedia.com. Contact: 410-327-7658, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Occupation: Digital Strategy Consultant
- Organization: Webbmedia Group, LLC
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