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Kimberly Stinson

Kimberly Stinson is a Canadian communications specialist, visual journalist, and media trainer. Her company KJ Stinson Media provides communications assessment and planning, social media management, and content production.

Stinson spent over two years (2009-2012) in northern Afghanistan as a consultant with NATO, working alongside a team of Afghan journalists.  While there, she lectured on photojournalism at Balkh University and ran several journalism training programs. Stinson continues to support Afghan media through the Afghan Photojournalists Association.

After Afghanistan, Stinson continued in media development as a media trainer and then field coordinator with Journalists for Human Rights. As part of JHR’s Indigenous Reporters Program, she worked with remote northern First Nations on journalism skills and human rights awareness. During this period she also took on the role of curriculum development editor for the post-secondary course, Indigenous Peoples and the Media.

Since then Stinson has transitioned to communications and content development.

As a print and photojournalist, Stinson has been published in local, national, and international media.