Sarabeth Berman serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the American Journalism Project (AJP), the first venture philanthropy dedicated to local news. AJP makes grants to nonprofit local news organizations at every stage, supporting the successful launch of new enterprises and partnering with existing newsrooms to sustain their businesses and grow their newsrooms. Since its launch in 2019, AJP has built a portfolio of 36 nonprofit local organizations and growing from Puerto Rico to Mississippi to Montana, with a total of more than $40 million in investmentPreviously, she was Global Head of Public Affairs at Teach For All, a network of social enterprises in more than 50 countries, where she led communications and marketing, public-sector partnerships, and research and evaluation. Before joining Teach For All, Sarabeth spent seven years in China, where she helped build Teach For China and managed a Chinese contemporary dance company. She was a 2006 Henry Luce Scholar based in Hong Kong. A graduate of Barnard College, she and her husband, the journalist Evan Osnos, live in Washington, D.C., and have two children. Sarabeth serves on the boards of Capital B and the Mark Morris Dance Group.