The National Press Photographers Foundation has added Michelle McLoughlin and Donald Winslow as new board members.
The NPPF is a non-profit organization that grants scholarships and fellowships to visual journalists for education and advancing photojournalism. In 2016, NPPF awarded nine student scholarships as well as awards to working professionals so they can attend National Press Photographers Association workshops.
McLoughlin is an independent photographer photographing editorial and corporate assignments worldwide. She is based in Southern Connecticut.
She graduated from Boston University and is an active participant in the NPPA. She is a board member and previous chair with the Northern Short Course in Photojournalism.
McLoughlin’s work has been honored by NPPA Best of Photojournalism, The Associated Press Managing Editors Association, The Society of Professional Journalists and The New England Newspaper Association. She was an Eddie Adams Barnstorm XXIII workshop participant. McLoughlin was presented with the 2013 Professional Photographer Leadership Award by the United Nations International Photographic Council.
Winslow’s journalism career spans four decades. Currently the managing editor for the Amarillo (TX) Globe-News in the Texas Panhandle, Winslow was the editor of News Photographer magazine for the NPPA from 2003 until 2016.
During his career he has been a photojournalist, picture and graphics editor, director of photography, writer, and new media producer. Winslow worked for Reuters as a photojournalist and editor based in Washington, D.C. covering the White House and sports, and for Reuters NewMedia, in Reston, VA, and New York City.
Winslow has taught photography and photojournalism at two universities in Italy; the John Felice Rome Center (the Italian campus of Loyola University of Chicago), and the John Cabot University in Trastevere. Previously, he taught at Franklin University in Lugano, Switzerland. He is an NPPA Life Member.