- SABEW 2022 Highlights
In case you needed some data-driven reasons to support SABEW’s mission with your generous donations, let’s count the ways: More than 3,700 journalists participated in SABEW programs and awards competitions this year. 1,534 journalists watched SABEW’s virtual training sessions (10 sessions), virtual conference sessions (13 sessions) and our new series launched this year called Legends in Business Journalism (three programs). 583 people attended one of our six 2022 events since we paused in-person gatherings due to COVID. 211 SABEW members (out of 1,696 submissions) were honored for Excellence in Business Journalism through our Best in Business Awards in the U.S. and Canada, Book competition (including a new personal finance award launched in 2022), and SABEW’s Distinguished Achievement Award and President’s Award. 105 people participated in Fellowship opportunities designed to advance students, journalists of color, women and mid/early-career journalists. We released seven First Amendment statements and supported Sunshine Week, World Press Freedom Day and Student Press Freedom Day. DONATE TO SABEW Thank you for your friendship and support! –Glenn
- Support SABEW this giving season
Dear SABEW Friends, If you’re like me, you are enjoying the apparent return to something like normalcy after years of pandemic-induced deprivation. The recent opportunities to reconnect in person with many of you have been incredibly heartwarming. I’m thinking of last month’s Skill Up @ SABEW sessions, a new training program we launched that brought together some of the brightest stars in business news to share their secrets of success at The Wall Street Journal’s New York headquarters. We also hosted the Goldschmidt data fellows for a week in Washington D.C. and at the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank for the first time since the pandemic. And who could forget the wonderful spring conference hosted by Dotdash Meredith, whose sponsorship enabled SABEW to hold its first in-person conference and Best in Business Award ceremony since 2019? Our colleagues in Canada also revived their BiB celebration in Toronto. More than 3,700 journalists participated in SABEW programs and awards competitions this year. We also helped women and journalists of color advance their careers through the Xana Fellowship and the Sho Fund. I’m proud of the way we all looked out for each other amid the adversity of the past few years. You stuck with SABEW every step of the way, and SABEW stood by you, pivoting into virtual conferences, new forms of training and finding ways to keep providing the mutual support that makes our organization like part of our extended families. Now, just as many of us started feeling like we survived Covid-19, we face a new threat. The global economic headwinds amid an energy and food crisis precipitated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The war quickly overtook COVID-19 as the biggest business story in the world, and your SABEW support system is fully deployed to help you weather this news storm – like we always do. This new global malaise also creates fresh challenges for SABEW, and we need you to stand by us again – like you always do. On behalf of Executive Director Kathleen Graham and myself, I ask you to consider a year-end, tax-deductible donation. You can do so through SABEW’s secure site or by mailing a check to SABEW, P.O. Box 4, Fountainville, PA 18923. (Please note, we are headquartered at ASU’s Cronkite School but a P.O. Box was set up during the pandemic). DONATE TO SABEW If your company matches charitable contributions, please also apply for the match. We love matching donations! Thank you for your support, membership and generosity. We wish you a healthy and happy holiday season! Sincerely, Glenn Hall Kathleen Graham SABEW President Executive Director Head of Professional News Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing The Wall Street Journal
SABEW22 Sessions On-Demand
Watch the SABEW conference programming, including 13 on-demand sessions, awards recognition celebrations, and exhibitor spotlight presentations.
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