Nadine Hoffman is a journalist turned nonprofit director who works to support women in news media. Hoffman is currently the International Women’s Media Foundation’s Director of Programs, where she develops and implements the organization’s diverse portfolio of programs. The IWMF works to strengthen the role of women journalists around the world. Prior to joining the IWMF, Hoffman was the acting director of the Leadership Council for Human Rights, an organization focused on global women’s empowerment. At LCHR, she implemented programs in Egypt and Iraq. In her former – albeit brief – life as a journalist, Hoffman reported town and business news for the Patriot Ledger, a mid-sized daily newspaper in the Boston metro region. Hoffman holds a master’s degree in journalism from Emerson College and a bachelor’s degree in English from Gettysburg College. She also completed a human rights law certificate program at American University’s Washington College of Law.