In 2015, Janine Warner’s work with journalists and entrepreneurs in Latin America led her to launch SembraMedia, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the diversity of voices in Spanish by helping digital media entrepreneurs become more sustainable.
In 2016, she won a Knight Fellowship from the International Center for Journalists, which supports her work on SembraMedia.
Janine began her career as a reporter in Northern California. In 1998, she went to The Miami Herald to run their online operations. She also served as Director of Latin American Operations for CNET Networks. She speaks fluent Spanish.
Janine has taught online journalism at the University of Miami and USC Annenberg and been a guest lecturer at more than 30 universities in the U.S., Latin America, and Europe. She also developed a series of MOOCs for the University of Texas. She’s written 25 books, including Web Sites For Dummies and Global Mobile. http://www.JanineWarner.com