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5 Journalists to Follow on Twitter: DEI Edition

5 Journalists To Follow On Twitter: DEI Edition

Many of us are aware of the inequalities within society and the workplace. If you’re not familiar then consider this stat from IWPR (Institute for Women’s Policy Research), “On average, Black women in the U.S. are paid 38% less than white men and 21% less than white women.” Aside from equal pay, equal representation is also a major issue and many corporations, big and small, have begun pushing to hire a more diverse workforce.

This month, we are diving into our list of 5 journalists to follow on Twitter: DEI edition. Red below for our top picks:


Mary Emily O’Hara, Outsourced newsletter

What she tweets about: 

LGBTQ, Public Policy, and Equality

Why we follow:
Mary, formerly a diversity & inclusion reporter for Adweek, where she specialized in LGBTQ+ issues and underrepresented communities. Now, she’s taken her expertise and experience to Glaad along with launching her own newsletter, Outsourced. The newsletter is, “a weekly guide to the top LGBTQ news and culture stories, a who’s who of queer discourse, and an outlet for my own sassy analysis and love of niche queer memes.”

Danielle Walker, Business Insider

What she tweets about: 

POC, Finance, and BLM

Why we follow:
Danielle is a features correspondent at Business Insider’s finance team, however, many of her tweets focus on the issue affecting black Americans and people of color in the workforce. And, her current pinned tweet is a thread from the Insider Union discussing DEI in the journalism industry. 


Megan Rose Dickey, Protocol

What she tweets about: 

DEI, Labor, and LGBTQ+

Why we follow:
Megan recently moved from a TechCrunch to Protocol as a senior reporter covering labor and DEI issues. Her timeline is full of information regarding this subject along with social justice news and issues plaguing minority and underrepresented communities.


Erik Larson, Bloomberg Equality

What he tweets about: 

Law & Policy, Politics, DEI

Why we follow:
Erik is a legal reporter for Bloomberg News and most recently started publishing articles for the newly formed Bloomberg Equality section. His timeline includes information about race issues in America, the current political climate, and policy changes under the current administration.


Ruth Umoh, The Filament

What she tweets about:

DEI & Tech

Why we follow: 

Ruth is a former staff writer at Forbes who covered DEI from the business perspective. Now, she is Editor-in-Chief of The Filament, a publication dedicated to education and information, “for the growing community of diversity, equity, and inclusion professionals working in the technology sector.”




It should not come as a surprise that these 5 journalists are only a few of the many drawing attention to this societal issue. We recommend conducting your own research to find other journalists who cover the DEI space and continue to educate yourself, as we are, about these issues that are continuing to affect so many in the US let alone the world.

For more of our 5 Journalists on Twitter series, check out our last post about 5 Journalists to follow covering Politics & News. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for updates, tips, tricks, and industry advice from the experts in public relations and media relations. 


Jered Martin

Jered is the co-founder, COO and support manager at OnePitch. He handles operations for OnePitch; along with strategy, support, business development and hiring. He studied Communications with an emphasis in marketing at Cal State University Long Beach. In his free time, he enjoys surfing, eating cheap street food, cooking, and exploring the outdoors.

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