Dana Amihere is a data journalist, designer and developer. She’s the founder/executive director of AfroLA, a new nonprofit newsroom covering greater Los Angeles through the lens of the Black community that will launch in early 2023. She’s committed to solutions reporting that centers racial and social justice, especially through data-driven storytelling. Previously, Amihere worked in data, interactive design and news apps for KPCC/LAist, The Dallas Morning News, Pew Research Center and The Baltimore Sun. She owns Code Black Media, a digital media and data consultancy. She is a lecturer at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism.