Heather Bryant is the founder and director of Project Facet, an open source infrastructure project that supports newsroom collaboration with tools to manage the logistics of creating, editing and distributing content, managing projects, facilitating relationships and sharing the best practices of collaborative journalism. As a 2016-2017 John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford, she researched how to make collaboration easier and more effective for newsrooms. She published the Collaborative Journalism Workbook and works with the Center for Cooperative Media to build resources for collaboration. Bryant researches and writes about the intersection of class, poverty, technology and journalism ethics. She is currently the Deputy Director of Product for News Catalyst where she works with newsrooms on tools, processes and frameworks to support sustainable newsrooms.
Deputy Director, Product • News Catalyst • San Francisco, CA
Last edited December 14, 2020
- ICFJ Presents: Steal My Tool — ONA18, September 12, 2018
- Collaboration is a Messy Necessity — ONA16, September 17, 2016
- Journalism’s Poverty Problem — ONA18, September 12, 2018