The Globie Awards
On Sept. 26, 2015, The Seattle Globalist is hosting the third annual Globie Awards to highlight our best writers and Seattle’s Globalist of the Year: a community member doing outstanding global work.
Last year, 220 attendees packed Washington Hall to honor our five award recipients.
Era Schrepfer won Globalist of the Year; Irina Vodonos won for Community Journalism; Lael Henterly for Investigative Reporting; Atoosa Moinzadeh for Social Justice Reporting; Dacia Sáenz for International Reporting, and Aida Solomon for Youth Reporting.
The 2013 Globie Awards packed almost 200 people into Washington Hall.
Our all-star host Ahamefule J. Oluo, a Seattle comedian+musician.
Seattle humanitarian Rita Zawaideh wins Globalist of the Year award.
The passport to the Globies.
Co-host alma khasawnih presents Jill Mangaliman with a Globie award for social change reporting.
Youth journalist Liliana Caracoza wins the youth reporting Globie.
Off the Rez native american tacos were a hit.
Globie attendees kick off the dance party.
Muatasim Qazi wins a Globie award for best commentary.
Globie attendees scope out the raffle prizes.
Anna Goren wins a Globie award for indepth reporting.
Globie award winners Muatasim Qazi, Liliana Caracoza, Rita Zawaideh and Anna Goren. (Abby Higgins also received a Globie from Nairobi, Kenya).
Attendees mark where in the world they’ve travelled to.
Globie winner Jill can control her excitement.
Co-host alma khasawnih closes down the dance party.