Kimberley Porteous

Chief Digital Officer  The Center for Public Integrity

Kimberley Porteous was appointed the Center for Public Integrity's Chief Digital Officer in 2013 after creating the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists' digital presence and working on two of their major projects. Under her leadership the Center has won recognition from many of the industry’s top digital journalism awards, including the Online News Association award for General Excellence in Online Journalism and the EPPY Award for Best News Website. Her reporting for ICIJ's "Secrecy for Sale" project contributed to an IRE award, an Overseas Press Club Award, a Scripps Howard Foundation Award, and was a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting. Her multimedia for ICIJ's "Skin and Bone" investigation earned a Sigma Delta Chi Award and a SABEW Best in Business Award, and received an honorable mention in the National Press Club Awards. Porteous is the former digital editor of The Canberra Times and multimedia editor of The Sydney Morning Herald. Her digital journalism has been awarded Australia’s highest journalism prize, the Walkley Award, three times, and has been a finalist six times. 

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