How To Reinvent Journalism-Cristi Hegranes, Founder Global Press Institute

Cristi Hegranes was a foreign correspondent who decided to stop being the voice for the people she was reporting on and instead train women in their own countries to be journalists for themselves when she founded Global Press Institute. What happens to the story when you change the storyteller? Find out in our conversation. 

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What's YOUR rising up story?

In the spirit of changing the storyteller, we've created a pinned post on the Inflection Point Facebook Page where you can share your own rising up story--or the rising up story of a woman in your life--a mother, sister, friend or neighbor-- that you think needs to be told.

A rising up story is any story that tells of a challenge specific to your experience as a woman, and what you’ve done--or are doing--to not only overcome it for yourself, but what you've learned that can make a difference in the lives of others.

Let’s make the Inflection Point community a place to amplify ALL of our stories.

 

Photo credit: Brad Argo (Left to right): Mariam Aboubakar Esperance, Esther Nsapu, Cristi Hegranes, Noella Nyirabihogo and Merveille Kavira Luneghe.

Photo credit: Brad Argo

(Left to right): Mariam Aboubakar Esperance, Esther Nsapu, Cristi Hegranes, Noella Nyirabihogo and Merveille Kavira Luneghe.