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Cameron Conaway

San Francisco, CA
Covers:  Human Rights, Social Justice, Global Health, Poetry, Malaria, Social Innovation, Modern Slavery, Content Marketing, Digital Marketing, Myanmar, India, Thailand, SaaS, Marketing, Mindfulness

Inspired by my colleagues & our Class of 2020 Executive MBA student @USFSOM. Likely near a 🍵 of @EnchaMatcha.

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Cameron Conaway is an investigative journalist, a Top 50 content marketing influencer, and a social justice poet.

As a journalist, Conaway has covered international issues such as sex trafficking in Cambodia, global health crises in India, and inspiring new education models in Ethiopia. His work ...

What does it mean to be a journalist?

To bear witness and to share through writing the pulse of truth.

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Why did you become a journalist?

Because stories need to be told so the arc of the moral universe bends toward justice.


Daniel Pearl Investigative Journalism Fellowship

2015 - Investigative Journalism
Moment Magazine’s Daniel Pearl Investigative Journalism Initiative (DPIJI) was established in memory of the 38-year-old Wall Street Journal reporter slain by terrorists in 2002. DPIJI provides grants to journalists ages 22 to 38 to research and write in-depth stories about a modern manifestation of anti-Semitism or any other deeply engrained prejudice. Each year, Moment—with the help of an advisory board of journalists—selects one DPIJI Fellow, who receives $5,000 ($2,500 upfront and $2,500 upon publication) to produce a story. Fellows work closely with Moment editors and selected mentors to publish their completed project in Moment as well as partner media outlets. DPIJI is open to applicants of all faith backgrounds and countries. Stories must be written in English. Members of the DPIJI Advisory Board include journalists Wolf Blitzer, Sarah Breger, Nadine Epstein, Linda Feldmann, Martin Fletcher, Glenn Frankel, Robert S. Greenberger, Mary Hadar, Amy Kaslow, Bill Kovach, Charles Lewis, Sidney Offit, Clarence Page, Steven Roberts, Amy E. Schwartz, Robert Siegel, Paul Steiger and Lynn Sweet.