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Deborah Douglas

Northwestern University
Deborah Douglas is an award-winning journalist who teaches at Northwestern University. Her tenure as a Chicago Sun-Times editorial board member and columnist paved the way for new adventures in thought-leadership. Currently, she is a senior leader with The OpEd Project, a global thought-leadership initiative, and has led programs and fellowships at Dartmouth College, the University of Texas at Austin, United Action Fund in South Africa and Kenya, and Youth Narrating Our World (YNOW) in Chicago. Deborah’s award-winning special projects include The Sun-Times' “The New Downtown” and “The Baby Ceiling,” which coincided with an appearance on “Oprah.” Deborah is an NABJ/Kaiser Family Foundation fellow, which allowed her to study malaria and HIV/AIDS prevention in Tanzania. She regularly writes articles and opinion pieces for outlets that include Vice, American Prospect, Xojane, Ozy, The Guardian, Pacific Standard, The National Post and The Crisis.

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, October 28

11:00am PDT