As an editor at The Boston Globe, she was part of the team that launched the newspaper online in 1995. “These alumni represent the best of the Journalism School,’’ Dean Coll said of the winners. In her current job, she works for all NBC News platforms and serves as a liaison between NBC and foreign countries where NBC pursues news coverage. Fieseler was a part-time J-School student who graduated as the co-valedictorian of his class and received the Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship, the Lynton Fellowship in Book Writing and the Richard T. Baker Award in Long-form Journalism. Alexandra's ongoing series, “Counternarratives,” revises and reassembles original Times coverage of racially charged events -- the Michael Brown killing in Ferguson, Mo. ; Donna Ladd, ’01 M.S., and Natasha Lebedeva, ’94 M.S.     ga('send', 'pageview'); Dean Steve Coll and the Alumni Association of the Columbia Journalism School are proud to announce the recipients of the 2020 Alumni Awards. She was also an editor for the Metro, National, Foreign and Business sections of the newspaper. Since Bell graduated in 2013, she has put her journalistic education into an exhilarating and now widely acclaimed direction: doing media criticism through visual art. Previously, Lebedeva was an editorial and planning producer for political coverage at NBC and MSNBC. The winners are Michelle Johnson, ’82 M.S., associate professor, Boston University; Donna Ladd, ’01 M.S. Fieseler also writes for The Daily Beast and others. Johnson was named Educator of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) in 2013 and served as the very first academic representative to the NABJ board from 2015 to 2018. Each of the winners has demonstrated the qualities valued at the J-School: curiosity, persistence, creativity and adherence to the truth. She returned home to Mississippi in 2001 and co-founded that state’s only alternative newspaper, the Jackson Free Press, and later the Mississippi Youth Media Project. Johnson has been a pioneer in digital journalism, as a reporter, editor and educator.     m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) Recently, Alexandra received a major grant from the Open Society Foundations to produce an interactive newspaper that is set in the future. She also serves as vice president of the Columbia University Alumni Club of Washington, D.C. Alexandra Bell, '13 M.S., Multidisciplinary Artist, New York. The 2020 awards will be presented Saturday, May 2, at a luncheon at Low Memorial Library during the Journalism School’s Alumni Weekend. Here is a recent column that portrays Ladd’s values about journalism and a piece she wrote about her mother here. In 2013, the news service’s coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing was nationally recognized by the Online News Association with awards in both student and professional categories. Before returning to her home state, Ladd wrote for several magazines, web sites and alternative newspapers, including the Village Voice.     ga('create', 'UA-2152699-1', 'auto'); Starting in late 2016 with an unofficial installation on the side of a building in Bedford-Stuyvesant and continuing through her exhibition in the 2019 Whitney Biennial, Alexandra has produced a provocative and unique body of work interrogating racial bias in the most respected newspaper in the world, The New York Times. Lebedeva, who was born in Russia, has produced a number of documentaries that aired on PBS, the Discovery Channel and National Geographic. Natalia (Natasha) Lebedeva, '94 M.S., Director, International Affairs, NBC News, Washington, D.C. Lebedeva has been a producer and contributed to numerous international stories over the years. His first book, “Tinderbox: The Untold Story of the Up Stairs Lounge Fire and the Rise of Gay Liberation,’’ was published in 2018 and explores the devastation that the New Orleans’ LGBTQ+ community experienced when a gay bar called Up Stairs Lounge burned to the ground in a mysterious arson in June of 1973. She also worked as a producer for CNN, a reporter for Newsweek and a producer for the Charlie Rose show on PBS. This list of distinguished Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism alumni is loosely ordered by relevance, so the most recognizable celebrities who attended Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism are at the top of the list.

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