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Disinfecting Disinformation: Staying Clean and Clear of Disinformation

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Oct 7, 2020 06:06 PM

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Jennifer Bowman
@inewsource
Jennifer Bowman is an investigative reporter at inewsource, covering mostly education. She’s happy to be back in her hometown after stints at daily newspapers in Michigan and North Carolina. At the Asheville Citizen Times, Jennifer’s award-winning coverage of yearslong corruption helped lead to criminal convictions against five county officials. She also reported on wide-ranging financial fraud at a mental health agency while at the Battle Creek Enquirer. Jennifer grew up in Chula Vista and went to San Diego State University. She spends much of her free time tending to an embarrassingly large collection of houseplants. Her family includes a toddler and a grumpy pug.
Lauren J. Mapp
@San Diego Union-Tribune
Lauren J. Mapp is the CaregiverSD reporter at The San Diego Union-Tribune covering issues of senior living, elder care, family caregivers and more. She is a 2019 graduate from San Diego State University with a degree in journalism and a minor in American Indian studies. She also has associate degrees in journalism, culinary arts and political science from San Diego Mesa College. Before working at the Union-Tribune, she worked as a freelance writer for North Coast Current and Times of San Diego. She was also a senior staff writer at The Daily Aztec, the editor in chief at The Mesa Press and the arts editor at The City Times.
Ivy Le
@Texas Civil Rights Project
Ivy Le is the Press Manager at TCRP. She helps reporters in their work as the fourth branch of democracy. She has worked at two top-tier public relations agencies, freelanced as a reporter, and ran her own award-winning social media issues firm. Ivy’s public affairs campaign experience includes transportation referendums, deportation defense, Medicaid expansion, affordable housing, and more. As a child of refugees, Ivy is a first-generation college graduate from the University of Georgia where she double majored in political science and public relations, and University of Texas where she received an MBA. Ivy speaks Spanish, German, Vietnamese, and English and has a podcast, FOGO: Fear of Going Outside, a nature show by the most reluctant host ever.