Welcome to Silicon Valley, AHCJ-California Health Journalism Fellows

Sandra Shewry, Vice President of External Engagement

April 21, 2015
Sandra Shewry
Sandra Shewry

The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) is pleased to welcome to the Golden State the hundreds of Health Journalism 2015 attendees from across the nation who inform and inspire positive social change.

We count on the tireless efforts of reporters, broadcasters, producers, and editors to help Americans understand the strengths, weaknesses, and complexities of the health care system and the institutions and people who run it. As a longtime supporter of the association and its work, we extend a special welcome and shout out to the 20 AHCJ-California Health Journalism Fellows:

  1. Lisa Aliferis, editor, KQED, San Francisco
  2. Larry Beresford, independent journalist, Alameda
  3. Samantha Caiola, health reporter, The Sacramento Bee
  4. Cheryl Clark, senior quality editor, HealthLeaders Media, San Diego
  5. Victoria Colliver, staff writer, San Francisco Chronicle
  6. Deborah Crowe, independent journalist, Los Angeles
  7. Heidi de Marco, multimedia reporter, Kaiser Health News, Hacienda Heights
  8. April Dembosky, health reporter, KQED, San Francisco
  9. Randy Dotinga, independent journalist, San Diego
  10. Barbara Feder Ostrov, independent journalist, San Jose
  11. Katharine Gammon, independent journalist, Santa Monica
  12. Anna Gorman, senior correspondent, Kaiser Health News, Menlo Park
  13. Darienne Hosley Stewart, independent journalist, Sunnyvale
  14. Katherine Kang, producer, KTTV, Los Angeles
  15. Elaine Korry, independent journalist, Richmond
  16. Janet Lavelle, assistant city editor, The Tribune, San Luis Obispo
  17. Amy Paturel, independent journalist, Temecula
  18. Paul Sisson, health care reporter, U-T San Diego
  19. Jocelyn Wiener, independent journalist, Oakland
  20. Angela Woodall, independent journalist, Oakland

See you in Silicon Valley, and thank you for your good work!