Giannina Segnini teaches journalism at Columbia University. Her current research focuses on using data to investigate across borders, as well as the shipping industry. She has led a team of journalists and computer engineers in the Investigative Unit at La Nacion to unfold investigative stories by analyzing public databases. Segnini has also trained hundreds of journalists on investigative journalism and database journalism in Latin America, the US, Europe and Asia, in programs like the Organization of American States in Washington DC and the United Nations Development Program.
Over the past decade, Segnini has spoken regularly at international conferences on investigative journalism, like the Global Investigative Journalism Conference. She also coaches cross-border investigations in Latin America and was part of the grand jury for the first Global Award on Data Journalism
Professor of Journalism at Columbia University
Areas of Expertise: International Corruption, Bribery, Fraud Investigative Communication Methods, Computer-Assisted Reporting, Data Analysis in Communication
Location: New York, NY
Added September 2015
Last Verified: September 2015