Paul, is a business strategist with 25 years of senior experience in the investment management and financial services industry, is a member of CCIJ’s Board of Directors.
Brant Houston, who served more than 10 years as the executive director for IRE and now teaches at the University of Illinois, is a member of CCIJ’s Board of Directors.
A CCIJ board member, Motunrayo has 15 years experience designing strategies for impact and social justice that enable investigative reporting, media sustainability, leadership and good governance across all genres of the media.
Cheryl, an award-winning investigative correspondent for NPR who teaches investigative reporting at George Washington University, serves on CCIJ’s Board of Directors.
Anton, who holds the Caxton Chair of Journalism and is Adjunct Professor at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, serves on CCIJ’s Board of Directors.
Atokhon, an investigative journalist based in Tajikistan, collaborates extensively with international media and writes about corruption, economics, the environment and gender issues.
David is a Mali-based investigative journalist who has worked on a number of major collaborative investigative efforts, including the Panama Papers, Swissleaks and CCIJ’s own Gaming the Lottery project.
Vanessa is an award-winning journalist in Abuja, Nigeria and a member of the African Investigative Publishing Collective.
Instrumental in CCIJ’s inaugural investigation Gaming the Lottery, Raymond now serves as our Regional Hub Editor in Southern Africa.
A freelance writer and consultant with extensive nonprofit experience, Catherine is helping build out CCIJ’s larger organizational strategy.