In order to better serve our non-journalists, Supporting Community membership was developed to offer special benefits and opportunities to become involved in our mission. For our Supporting Community, we are offering a suite of new benefits, services and opportunities. In order to be eligible to attend our flagship National Seminar, registration as a Supporting Community member is required.
The Education Writers Association is grateful for the generous support it receives from foundations.
You will receive a receipt at the email address you provided. Thank you for supporting education journalism.
Our Journalist membership is open to individuals whose primary professional activities involve reporting, writing, producing, editing, or otherwise preparing the news and editorial content of independent news media products. The definition of journalist also includes freelancers whose primary body of work is for independent news media, staffers at press associations or journalism education associations, journalism instructors, and journalism students.
Community membership is open to anyone who does not meet the definition of Journalist member but is interested in supporting EWA’s mission. This includes reporters and writers for education organizations and institutions, educators, public information officers, education policymakers, and others interested in improving the coverage of education to create a better-informed public.
Student membership is open to current students at an accredited college or university, who aspire to a career in reporting or interpreting education.
Tracee Eason is EWA’s operations manager. Before joining EWA in November 1997, she was conference and catering manager for Ramada Limited Calverton and sales and administration coordinator at the same hotel. She also worked as an administrative assistant for the Institute of Mortgage Banking in Landover, Md. Tracee holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bowie State University in Maryland.
Rachel Wolin is development director for the Education Writers Association, where she collaborates with senior staff and leadership to ensure the financial health of EWA in order to better serve its members and the education journalism community at large.
Each week, EWA’s public editor, Emily Richmond, hosts engaging interviews with journalists about education and its coverage in the media.
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