I've worked for six years in the areas of human rights and freedom of expression, including for the Open Society Foundations, as a consultant for UNESCO, a First Look Media Technology Fellow for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, and as a Columbia University Tow Research Fellow on the initiative, Journalism After Snowden.
I've also worked as a freelance journalist at the United Nations in Geneva, as a political correspondent at the Washington State Legislature, and as a strategic communications associate for the firm Hattaway Communications in Washington, DC.
I am currently a Ph.D. student at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. I have a Master's Degree in International and European Security from the University of Geneva and the Geneva Center for Security Policy, which I completed on a Fulbright Research Fellowship. I have a second Master's Degree in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania.
Bell, E., Owen, T. (Eds.) with Khorana, S.; & Henrichsen, J. (2017). Journalism After Snowden: The Future of the Free Press in the Surveillance State. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
Lisosky, J. M. & Henrichsen, J. (2011). War on Words: Who Should Protect Journalists? Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers/Greenwood Press.
Journal Articles and Reports
Henrichsen, J. (2018). Reimagining Journalism to Help Save Democracy and Fight Trumpism. Media Theory Blog. http://mediatheoryjournal.org/revolting-media/henrichsen-reimagining-journalism/
Henrichsen, J. (Forthcoming summer 2018). World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development: Western Europe and North America Regional Report 2017/2018. UNESCO.
Henrichsen, J. & Bloch-Wehba, H. (2017). Electronic Communications Surveillance: What Journalists and Media Organizations Need to Know. Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.
Henrichsen, J., Betz, M., & Lisosky, J.M. (2015). Building Digital Safety for Journalism: A Survey of Selected Issues. Paris, France: UNESCO.