This week, INMA announced new members for its Young Professionals Committee.
INMA’s Young Professionals Committee leads the association’s Young Professionals Initiative, launched in 2020. The inaugural committee was quick to launch projects under the Initiative, such as a “30 Under 30 Awards,” a specific Slack space for young professionals, and topical roundtables.
Incoming members are:
- Giuliana Belén Pasquali, social media analyst, Clarín, Argentina
- Ajithkumar Dhevarajan, growth product manager, The Hindu, India
- Katie Fabry, marketing director, The Wall Street Journal, United States
- Nastasia Pawlak, manager business development, Axel Springer Media Impact, Germany
Staying on the Young Professionals Committee for another term are:
- Betina Hughes, senior producer, The Canberra Times (Australian Community Media), Australia
- Saarah Survé, African independent director, Sekunjalo, South Africa (committee chair)
- Tee Zhou, newsletter editor, The Business Times, Singapore
Outgoing members are: Mari-Marthe Aamold (Schibsted), Brinda Kumar (HT Media), Katharina Neubert (Insider), and Nicholas O’Connor (Bloomberg Media).
INMA’s Young Professionals Initiative was set up to look at how to engage under-30 rising stars to help them elevate the news media, guide the INMA community, and bring new life and energy to an industry undergoing transformation. The Young Professionals Initiative is spearheaded by the Young Professionals Committee with seven members from around the world.