Susan Greene

Susan Greene
Susan Greene is a reporter, editor and coach for the Colorado News Collaborative (COLab). She was editor and executive director of The Colorado Independent before it merged with COLab and a longtime reporter and metro columnist at The Denver Post. She was selected as a 2020-2021 Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow, and is the inaugural recipient of the Benjamin von Sternenfels Rosenthal Grant for Mental Health Investigative Journalism.

On Fighting Cynicism

Dear reader,  My faith is rattled lately.  This is not so much a crisis of the spirit (although, like many of us, I’ve had my moments these past few years).

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Watch: Right-to-be-Forgotten Panel

Join us for a discussion about the movement to minimize longterm harm in crime reporting Newsrooms in Colorado and nationally are starting to adopt policies seeking to reduce harm to criminal suspects and make it easier for them to move

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How to Cultivate and Keep Sources

COLab journalist Susan Greene shares strategies for maintaining long and fruitful relationships with the people you cover. Presented as part of the 2021 Joint Virtual Conference of the Colorado and

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The Art of the Interview

COLab journalists Susan Greene and Tina Griego provide training for journalists on the basics of culling more – and better – information from subjects, with extra tips for handling COVID-related

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Collaborating on Big Stories

COLab journalist Susan Greene moderates a conversation with Niki Turner, owner/publisher/reporter of the Rio Blanco Herald Times and Priscilla Waggoner, journalist for the Alamosa Valley Courier and former editor of

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