Jennifer Cunningham - President
Jennifer H. Cunningham (www.jenniferhcunningham.com) is an award-winning journalist, editor and photographer who covers the intersection of celebrity, entertainment and the law. Ms. Cunningham is a senior editor for exclusive news and investigative reporting at Interactive One, creating one of a kind video and digital content, and regularly appears on television and radio.
Known for combining shoe-leather reporting with a disarming and engaging interviewing style, Ms. Cunningham has reported on major stories including R. Kelly’s federal child abuse cases, Lauryn Hill's tax troubles and Nipsey Hussle’s murder. Her work - which has also appeared in the New York Daily News, amNew York Newspaper, Essence.com, the Bergen Record newspaper, the Herald News and The Grio - has been recognized by organizations including the New York Association of Black Journalists and the New Jersey Press Association.
Stephanie Brumsey - Vice President of Special Events
A native New Yorker, Stephanie received her B.A. in Journalism from Stony Brook University. She's covered numerous news topics including Barack Obama's election and presidency, the presidential campaign of 2016, the D.C. riots during Donald Trump's Inauguration, and the inaugural Women's March. She's produced national and international segments including but not limited to pieces from the Rio 2016 Olympics, the 2016 DNC and RNC, and with a wide array of guests including President of Brazil Michel Temer, Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, Corey Booker, Matt Damon, Anthony Scaramucci and former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, to name a few.
In addition to being the Vice President of the Newswomen's Club of New York, she is a member of NABJ and an amateur actress.
Lillian Rizzo - Vice President of Membership
Lillian is a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, covering the cable media industry. She's worked at WSJ since 2014, previously covering private-equity and bankruptcy. Previously, she was a reporter at Debtwire and the New York Daily News.
Lillian joined the Newswomen's Club in 2016, and took on the VP of Membership role in 2017. She's now serving her second term in the role.
A lifelong New Yorker, Lillian attended Baruch College and Columbia University's School of Journalism. She grew up in Brooklyn, and, recently, finally left the borough — for Staten Island. She promises it's not as far, and better, than it sounds.
Rima Suqi - Vice President of Membership
Rima Suqi is a New York-based writer and producer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, How To Spend It/The Financial Times, Departures and many other publications.
Britta Lokting - Vice President of Programs
Britta Lokting is a freelance journalist from Oregon, now based in New York. She has written features and investigations for The New York Times, The Forward, Oxford American, and elsewhere.
Golda Arthur - Deputy Vice President of Programs
Golda Arthur is senior producer of audio at Vox Media, where she launches and runs podcasts. Her background is radio news: from producing and editing at 'Marketplace' to a long career covering global news at the BBC in London, and the CBC in Canada.
Katherine Doherty - Treasurer
Katherine Leigh Doherty writes and reports on distressed debt and restructuring situations for Bloomberg News, covering companies in the healthcare, retail, and telecommunications industries.
Born in Massachusetts, Katherine is an avid Boston sports fan. She has sung the National Anthem and God Bless America for the Celtics, New England Patriots and Red Sox.
Caitlin Nolan - Deputy Treasurer
Caitlin Nolan is a senior reporter at InsideEdition.com. She reports on breaking news and writes and produces long-form pieces and mini-documentaries for the site's InDepth series. She previously worked as a staff reporter at The New York Daily News.
Julia Musto - Communications Chair
Julia Musto is a Media Reporter for foxnews.com. She has spent the last three-and-a-half years working as an Executive Assistant to anchors at the Fox News Channel. Additionally, she was a Production Assistant for the weekly morning show "America's Newsroom" and managed the show's social media content. She previously worked at the Fox Business Network as a guest greeter for the shows "Mornings with Maria" and "Varney & Co.," as well as on the Assignment Desk at WNBC Channel 4 News. Before her time there she worked in the Research and Development Unit for NBC's Peacock Productions. She has written for Bustle, The Huffington Post, Berkeleyside, and other publications. She graduated from New York University with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism and English. She speaks Mandarin and has dreamed of reporting abroad from an early age.
Adrian Brune - Deputy Communications Chair
Since 2001, A.M. Brune has reported and written hundreds of freelance newspaper, magazine and website articles – from pitch to print to photograph – for publications, such as the New Yorker, The Guardian, the Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Nation and other national publications on a variety of topics, including social justice, human rights and world culture. Brune has also worked the U.S. correspondent for CapeTalk (South Africa) morning radio and a UN correspondent for OZY.com. She holds a BS in Journalism from Northwestern University and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University in the City of New York.
Chelsea Matiash - Recording Secretary
Chelsea Matiash is a senior editor for digital storytelling at The New York Times. She is the secretary of the Newswomen’s Club of New York and has volunteered with various industry organizations, including the Eddie Adams Workshop and Women Photograph. Previously, she was the senior photo editor at The Intercept, deputy editor for multimedia at TIME, and a photo editor at The Wall Street Journal and The A.P. Chelsea served on the executive board of directors at the National Press Photographers Association from 2016-2018, attended the Poynter Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media in 2018, and has served as a juror for Getty Images Editorial Grants, American Photography and The Fence, among others.