Nadine White is a news reporter at HuffPost UK covering current affairs, race and social justice since 2018. Previously, she was a journalist at The Voice newspaper - Britain's biggest Black publication.
Over the past few years, she has been nominated for and won a number of awards, most recently for her Covid-19 coverage and reporting around the Windrush Scandal. Nadine recently became the first Black reporter to be shortlisted for the prestigious Paul Foot Award in its history. Her reporting was shortlisted for a 2018 Amnesty Media Award and before this, Nadine was a Hugh Cudlipp Journalism Prize finalist.
Carving out a reputation for being one of Britain's leading Black journalists, the millennial amplifies perspectives from within marginalised communities through her work, regularly influencing the national news agenda.
Touted as a "rising star" by iNews, Nadine has been lauded across mainstream media entities including The BBC, The Guardian, LBC and The Society of Editors. Nadine has collaborated with organisations including Verizon Media, the British Council, National Union of Journalists and Prison Radio Association to inform, educate and inspire audiences about the press industry. A learned newshound, she is an alumna of The Centre for Investigative Journalism and News Associates – the UK's leading NCTJ journalism school.
You can get in contact with Nadine via Linkedin.