“As the industry faces unprecedented challenges, which are all the more urgent in a global environment of great political change, it is important to invest in and strengthen Australian journalism.”
Louisa Graham started her media career at Network Ten and is now Chief Executive of the Walkley Foundation for Excellence in Journalism. For more than ten years she has worked collaboratively with the media, government, corporate and community organisations to build a broad funding base to support journalism. Ms Graham has also worked as Executive Director of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, NSW and UNWomen, Australia. Ms Graham is currently a board member with Media Diversity Australia and the Alliance for Journalists’ Freedom.
She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has a BA in Communications.
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