Founded in 1966 (as The Nation Institute), Type Media Center is home to a half-dozen programs and a community of hundreds of journalists, authors, and writing fellows. Our dynamic range of programs includes a bestselling book publishing imprint, Bold Type Books (formerly known as Nation Books); our award-winning Type Investigations (formerly known as the Investigative Fund), which supports groundbreaking investigative journalism; TomDispatch, the widely read and syndicated website; Fellowships that fund over 20 high-profile reporters every year; Prize programs that spotlight the invaluable achievements of others; and high-profile events that provide a platform for key journalists, thinkers, and activists to discuss the urgent and important issues of our time.
Taya Kitman Executive Director and CEO
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Darren Ankrom Researcher
Sarah Blustain Deputy Editor at Type Investigations
Kristine Bruch Director of Development and Special Programs
Remy Cawley Assistant Editor at Bold Type Books
Kleaver Cruz Editorial Associate at Bold Type Books
Alissa Figueroa Senior Editor and Senior Producer at Type Investigations
Esther Kaplan Editorial Director at Type Investigations
Katy O’Donnell Senior Editor at Bold Type Books
Yasmina Price Program Associate
Richard Salame Assistant Editor at Type Investigations
Ed Sermier Chief Financial Officer
Jayati Vora Managing Editor at Type Investigations
Board of Trustees
Richard Foos • Paula Giddings • Ken Grossinger • David R. Jones • Jeffrey Kusama-Hinte, Chair • Conrad Martin • Marjorie Miller • Josie Mooney • Victor Navasky • Howard Shapiro • N. Robert Stoll • Ken Sunshine • Margery Tabankin • Katrina vanden Heuvel • Davis Weinstock
Jobs & Internships
Bold Type Books, a leading publisher of serious nonfiction, is seeking a full-time intern to work closely with our editors. The aim of the internship is to provide an immersive and rewarding apprenticeship in which the intern will learn the ropes of book publishing.
Type Investigations, formerly The Investigative Fund, incubates high-impact investigative reporting that holds the powerful accountable. Interns will assist with research and/or fact-checking. Ideal candidates are those with a deep interest in investigative journalism who has had at least one prior internship or job in a related field. Interns will work closely with their team of editors to do in-depth investigative research, compile databases, conduct originality searches on story proposals, do fact-checking, and generally assist with the operations of Type Investigations.
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