Emma Carew Grovum

  • Director, Careers and Culture
  • The Marshall Project

Emma Carew Grovum is the director of careers and culture at The Marshall Project and founder of Kimbap Media, a Brooklyn-based consultancy solving problems at the intersection of journalism, technology, and audience. Emma coaches journalists on leadership, product thinking, and digital transformation. Emma also holds several additional external roles, including co-founder and Summit lead for the News Product Alliance and lead partner at Media Bridge Partners, a collective of like-minded journalists working to bring newsrooms into an anti-racist future. She is a proud and active alumnus of the Chips Quinn Scholars and NextGenRadio programs. She has previously held editorial, leadership, and product roles at The Daily Beast, The New York Times, Foreign Policy, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, and The Star Tribune. Additionally, she is the recipient of the AAJA Executive Leadership Program award and the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Above the Fold award for alumni under 40. She currently serves on the board of directors of PRISM, a women/BIPOC-centered news startup.