Kelly Geraldine Malone is an independent multi-media journalist currently based in Canada.
She was a University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs Fellow in Global Journalism 2016-17.
Her work has been featured on LongReads.
After working in local newsrooms including the Brandon Sun, News Talk Radio 980, News Talk Radio 650, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Geraldine began freelancing to news agencies around the world. She has done reporting and photography for VICE News, Bangkok Post, Financial Post, TVO, Al Jazeera, CBC and Women's eNews, as well as other publications in Canada, United States and countries in Southeast Asia.
She was part of the CBC team which took home the 2017 Ron Laidlaw National RTDNA for coverage of asylum seekers coming into Canada. She also covered Saskatchewan's wildfires for News Talk Radio which won the Ron Laidlaw Prairie Regional and National RTDNA in 2016. She won the 2014 RTDNA Prairie Regional and National Adrienne Clarkson Award for Diversity for the series "Journey of Indigenous Gender Identity."
Her pieces range from features on human rights issues, the judicial system, to comics/movies as a reflection of societal values. Geraldine also produces radio programs, podcasts, and radio documentaries, winning regional and national awards. She has experience as a photographer, videographer, and fixer.
To get in touch check out the contact page or follow her latest work here.