Meet the Editorial Team
Tina is Unbias the news’ editor-in-chief. Originally from the USA, she writes, researches and podcasts about migration, human rights, politics and the far right and has previously worked for Human Rights Watch and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network. She was editor-in-chief of Unbias the News.
Ankita is an India-based cross-border journalist covering environmental and rural stories with an international dimension. Her previous investigations have been supported by Journalism Fund, and she was also a fellow with Tactical Tech’s Exposing the Invisible-Kit, where she contributed chapters, and is now preparing for them a guide+curriculum on collaborative investigations.
Mercy is one of the most syndicated journalists on the African continent, focusing on under-reported stories from vulnerable groups. She is an experienced print and broadcast journalist with a massive social media following for her incisive commentary on stories in Nigeria and the region. She is currently completing an MBA.
is a multimedia journalist who writes about politics, climate change and human rights in the Philippines and Asia. Previous employers include AFP and Rappler, and she has worked as freelance producer for Al Jazeera. She is currently based in Hong Kong.
is an online and broadcast journalist who reported from Egypt until she relocated to Berlin, where her work and contributions appear in several media outlets, including BBC, France 24, and currently works for DW. Jury Prep-committee member of European Press Prize. Co-author of Unbias the News: Why diversity matters for journalism. She reports about women’s rights, culture, and MENA politics.
Zahra Salah Uddin
is Unbias the news’ engagement editor. Originally from Pakistan, she graduated from the Erasmus Mundus Journalism MA program and has previously worked at Pakistan’s leading English news organizations; Dawn and The News International. Zahra is currently freelancing for various publications on music and culture.