Crina Boros is a London-based, award-winning, freelance data-driven investigative reporter and an international journalism trainer.
Crina has reported for Reuters, the BBC, ICIJ, Greenpeace, Euobserver, openDemocracy, Computer Weekly and The Black Sea +.
She prefers accountability-driven projects, with a focus on public authorities’ corruption.
Crina engages in assignments through data analysis and transparency laws for exclusive angles, but she’s also skilled in field reporting. She is a new wave journalist who combines traditional investigative methods with digital skills.
With a knack for cross-border reporting, Crina also trains data journalism across Europe and in the U.S. Organiser of the CAR track at European Investigative Journalism Conference & Data Harvest, Associate Lecturer at Birkbeck University, London and an offspring of the London-based Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ).
Member of Investigate Europe, Forbidden Stories, IRE, IFJ & NUJ.