|IWMF Alumni represent all media platforms including, print, broadcast, online and multimedia. These talented news professionals work with the IWMF as Mentors, Fellows, or Grantees. They are based around the world and are united in their pursuit of under-reported stories that are essential in shedding light on global issues. The IWMF is proud to support this community further develop their on-the-ground reporting skills through training, grants, mentoring, and reporting trips.|
Dana Ullman is a New York-based freelance photojournalist and writer whose work focuses on humanizing statistics and social issues through storytelling. Her work has been published by The New York Times, TIME, CNN, and The Atlantic, among others. In 2014, Ullman received a grant from the Puffin Foundation to continue her project “Another Kind of Prison”, which documents the effects of incarceration on women and communities. In 2015, she received a Community Health Reporting Fellowship from the International Center for Journalists to produce a two-part series on older immigrants in New York City and the challenges they face in accessing social services and healthcare. She attended the Danish School of Journalism’s International Photojournalism Program and holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from San Francisco State University.