Sarah Stuteville, Lecturer, is a print and multimedia journalist whose work has been published by the Seattle Times, Global Post, the Seattle Weekly and KUOW. She is Education Director and one of the founders of the Common Language Project, a nonprofit organization devoted to multimedia journalism that is now housed in the UW Communication Department. Sarah teaches Entrepreneurial Journalism and is leading the Seattle Digital Literacy Initiative, a joint effort between the UW Communication Department, the Common Language Project and a number of other local organizations to bring Digital Literacy and Media training to Puget Sound middle and high schools. She won the 2008 Unity Award for Reporting of Economics, has won several Independent Press Association Awards, including the 2006 award for Best Feature article, Dismantling a Dangerous Past, and was a 2010 Knight New Media Fellow.