Tracie Powell is the founder and editor of All Digitocracy, which focuses on technology, media and policy. She is currently a Knight Fellow at Stanford exploring how newsrooms can expand their audiences and connect with increasingly diverse users, such as millennials and people of color.
Tracie writes regularly for the Columbia Journalism Review and has also been published by Poynter, The Washington Post, Newsweek and People magazines.
She holds a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and clerked for the U.S. Department of Justice, whilst as a young journalist she worked for The Augusta Chronicle, The Austin American-Statesman and BlackAmericaWeb.com. In 2006 she earned a journalism and public policy fellowship at The Ohio State University, followed by a fellowship on Capitol Hill, on the House Judiciary Committee.