Ann Lang is an award-winning producer and reporter. Her work has appeared nationally on a number of CBC Radio programs, including The Current, Q, Tapestry, Podcast Playlist and The World at Six. Ann has also produced television series for OWN Canada and Investigation Discovery.
Molly Thomas is an award-winning freelance TV Host/Correspondent/Producer. Her passion for social justice stories has taken her to Somalia, Iraq, Jordan, Haiti, Rwanda, Uganda, France and England.
Jen Gerson is a freelance journalist based in Calgary, Alberta. She is a regular contributor for Maclean’s and Walrus, and has recently appeared in the Washington Post and The Guardian. She also co-hosts bi-weekly Canadian politics podcast Oppo.
Rhiannon Russell is a freelance journalist based in Whitehorse. She has written for The Walrus, Canadian Living, Up Here, The Globe and Mail, and TVO, among others.
Justin Ling currently reports for Canadian Bar Association magazine The National, as well as freelancing for National Post, Maclean’s and Globe & Mail. He co-hosts a Canadian politics podcast called OPPO on CanadaLand. He is a former VICE News reporter and producer.
Paris Mansouri is a graduate of Concordia University’s Journalism program and has worked for Bell Media radio stations CJAD 800 Montreal and Newstalk 1010 Toronto, as well as CBC Radio. She’s also lived and worked internationally in the United States, Mexico, Egypt and Qatar. She is the co-founder and former Managing Editor of isola Magazine, a fashion lifestyle publication based in Doha. Paris also worked as a reporter and editor of English-language Egyptian publications Enigma Magazine and Egypt Today.
Silas Brown is a Halifax based freelancer who has produced work for StarMetro Halifax, the Coast, and Global Halifax. Silas is deeply interested in how development affects the day-to-day lives of people in marginalized communities and is looking forward to bringing conversations from the Maritimes to the national stage.
Stefan Labbé is an independent journalist based in Vancouver. Reporting on the fallout from climate change and conflict, he has written and produced stories for the Guardian, PBS Newshour, and Open Canada, among others.
Ifeanyi Emesih is the founder and publisher of My Halifax Experience/My East Coast Experience Media and Publishing, a platform dedicated to telling the stories of immigrants who have found success in Halifax. Emesih is also the creator of the Mosaic Festival, an annual arts and culture festival with the aim of celebrating culture, diversity, and inclusion in Halifax.