200+ HR journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the HR media list of 200+ journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of HR reporters every quarter.
If you're looking to get HR press coverage, you've come to the right place!
Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Monica Torres is a work/life reporter for HuffPost who writes about the workplace, management trends, career anxieties and the future of jobs. She is based in New York. She is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and is a 2016 member of Poynter's Diversity in Digital Leadership class. She is Williams College's 2013 Jones Fellowship in Journalism recipient.
Ryan is the associate editor for HR Dive. A lifelong native of Baltimore, MD, Ryan graduated with a B.A. in Communications from Mount St. Mary’s University (popularly known as “the Mount”) in Emmitsburg, MD. He spent 3 years working for the Mount’s student newspaper, The Mountain Echo, before becoming its managing editor. Aside from HR trends, his list of interests spans topics ranging from world history to 5K training to The Legend of Zelda fan theories.
Leigh Buchanan is an editor-at-large for Inc. magazine. A former editor at Harvard Business Review and founding editor of Webmaster magazine, she writes regular columns on leadership and workplace culture.
Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, covering workplace issues.
senior reporter, writing discrimination, workplace, labor news, etc. for @BLaw.
Charisse Jones covers retail and workplace issues.
Editor of the HR Exchange Network
California economy, labor, workplace reporter @LATimes. Alum of Washington Post, Time Magazine, Reuters, Orange County Register. RTs are not endorsements.
Workplace reporter at the Wall Street Journal, author of In Cheap We Trust, confessed skinflint.
Multi-platform journalist + social media strategist. FMR @nowthisnews@AJAM+ bylines @zoramag@nbcnewsthink. Native New Yawker domming the workplace.
Workplace Editor at Society for Human Resource Management. I'm covering everything and anything that goes on in the workplace.
Sarah White is a senior writer for CIO.com, covering IT governance, hiring & staffing, and IT jobs.
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