New York, NY, USA
Dana Ullman (b. 1984) was born in San Francisco and grew up in the Pacific Northwest. She is a Brooklyn-based freelance photojournalist and writer whose work focuses on humanizing statistics and social issues through storytelling.
Dana's stories have been published by the New York Times, the International Consortium for Investigative Journalists, TIME, CNN, The Atlantic and the Associated Press, among others. She has been a reporting fellow with the International Women's Media Foundation (2016) and the International Center for Journalists (2015), as well as received a Puffin Foundation Grant (2014) for "Another Kind of Prison", which documents life after prison for women in the USA.
Dana is available for assignments globally, especially with focus in Denmark, the U.S. and East Africa.
2016 - IWMF Reporting Fellow, 2015 - Health Reporting Fellowship ICFJ, 2014 - Puffin Foundation
- Audio capture
- Audio editing
- Breaking news
Evicted and Abandoned
Last year, after fierce protests from human rights groups, the World Bank retreated from a proposal that would have allowed its borrowers to sidestep its rules for protecting indigenous communities.
Originally published by the International Center for Investigative Journalists. Reporting supported by the GroundTruth Project and the International Women's Media Foundation.
Living with Albinism in Uganda
While the plight of people born with albinism, especially youth, has received attention in countries such as Tanzania, the discrimination, trafficking and incomprehensible violence against those with the genetic condition knows no borders.