Introducing Liliana Bounegru
This is a very quick introductory post to welcome Liliana Bounegru to the School of Data team.
Liliana will be working part time with the School of Data team to source some of the shining case-studies of Civil Society Organisations working on data-driven campaigns that will change the world through turning data into evidence as an example to other organisations.
More about Liliana
When Liliana is not working with us, she is leading data journalism activities at the European Journalism Centre. Her work at the EJC includes being the editor of DataDrivenJournalism.net, coordinating and co-editing The Data Journalism Handbook, coordinating the first edition of the Data Journalism Awards and running trainings and conferences, such as the School of Data Journalism. Liliana is also a researcher at the University of Amsterdam, where she works on the Digital Methods Initiative and on the collaborative project EMAPS (Electronic Maps to Assist Public Science), led by French sociologist of science and anthropologist Bruno Latour. Liliana holds an MA in New Media and Digital Culture and a Research MA in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam.
Welcome to the team, Liliana!