Over a quarter (26%; n= 186) of women survey respondents said that mental health impacts were the most frequent consequence of experiencing digital attacks - and the exposure is worse for journalist...
Nadine Hoffman is Deputy Director of the International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF), responsible for developing the organization’s programmatic priorities and initiatives. Working closely alongside Executive Director Elisa Lees Muñoz to guide and execute organizational strategy, Nadine approaches her work with a dedication to gender equity, press freedom and supporting the IWMF’s global community of journalists. Since joining the IWMF in 2010, Nadine has spearheaded the organization’s expanding safety and security work, overseeing the creation of physical and digital safety training opportunities as well as growing emergency assistance efforts.
As an expert in journalism safety, Nadine understands the unique challenges gender diverse journalists experience – and the resources needed to meet these challenges head-on. Upholding the “mission first” motto, Nadine also plays a key role in funder and partner cultivation, bringing together key stakeholders across the media, gender, tech and philanthropic spaces to protect, support and elevate women and non-binary journalists worldwide.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Nadine holds a Bachelor’s degree from Gettysburg College and a Master’s degree in journalism from Emerson College. She began her career as a reporter in Boston before transitioning to non-profit work. Outside (and inside!) work, she is passionate about disrupting the status quo, traveling to far-flung places, and working her way through DC’s best restaurants.