Sanita Jemberga has worked as journalist and broadcaster since 1996. After receiving Latvia’s highest journalism awards and becoming deeply disillusioned with the impact of journalism, she briefly worked in European Commission before returning to journalism in 2014. Now, she leads the Baltic Center of Investigative Journalism Re:Baltica, which produces impactful journalism in the public interest. Headquartered in Riga, Latvia, Re:Baltica’s research covers money laundering, social injustice, Russia’s networks of influence and disinformation on social media platforms, and often extends beyond the borders of the Baltics. Sanita teaches investigative journalism, newsroom management and other media subjects with OSCE, UNESCO, Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Thomson Reuters Foundation and others. Sanita is also a documentary scriptwriter: her latest documentary is about the opening of the KGB files in Latvia.