Introducing ICIJ’s new grants manager

The ICIJ team is growing even more and we’re excited to introduce Caitlin Ginley Sigal as our first grants manager.

The ICIJ team is growing (more)!

Caitlin Ginley Sigal
ICIJ’s new grants manager Caitlin Ginley Sigal.

We are excited to introduce Caitlin Ginley Sigal as ICIJ’s first-ever grants manager.

Caitlin has a love of philanthropy and nonprofit media, having previously worked in both sectors. She started her career as a journalist at ICIJ’s former parent organization, the Center for Public Integrity, and is thrilled to be back in the field to raise money for investigative journalism.

Caitlin will be responsible for grant proposals, donor relations and grassroots fundraising as part of our drive to increase donations. She will focus on growing our individual donor base and engage with supporters from around the world.

As a nonprofit organization, our work is powered by individual contributions – big and small – that enable us to continue our cross-border investigations on issues that matter to our readers. This support allows us to be sustainable in the long-term and gives us room to grow and innovate.

ICIJ has had a hugely successful year, making it the perfect time for Caitlin to come on board and take advantage of new fundraising opportunities.

She is keen to make the case to current and prospective supporters for why we’re one of the best investments in investigative journalism (and we couldn’t agree more!).

If you have questions or just want to say hello, Caitlin would love to hear from you.

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