The Company

reporterist is a privately held company that is bringing together reputable freelancers and content-seeking media outlets. reporterist is currently in beta and only open to select users.


Hemant Bhanoo
Prior to starting reporterist, Hemant Bhanoo was a senior engineer for Amazon.com specializing in Distributed Systems. Most recently, he worked for Amazon.com CTO Werner Vogels on distributed caching. In 2004, he helped open Amazon's research and development office in Bangalore, India, where Amazon Flexible Payments Service (FPS) was built. Hemant has a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University
Sindya Bhanoo
Sindya Bhanoo is a journalist specializing in healthcare exness login terminal and technology reporting. She has written for The Baltimore Sun, The Oakland Tribune and The Contra Costa Times, among other publications. Prior to this, she worked for the US Patent and Trademark Office as a Patent Examiner, specializing in Graphical User Interfaces. Sindya has a B.S. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University and is pursuing a Master's in Journalism from the University of California, Berkeley.


Lydia Chavez
Lydia Chavez is a professor at the UC Berkeley School of Journalism. She started as a reporter for The Albuquerque Tribune, later moving on to Time magazine, the Los Angeles Times and The New York Times, where she served as El Salvador www.exness.net.in/download and South American bureau chief. In 2005, Chavez and her students collaborated to publish "Capitalism, God and A Good Cigar: Cuba Enters the Twenty-First Century" (Duke University Press). And in 1998, Chavez published, "The Color Bind: California's Battle Against Affirmative Action," which won the Leonard Silk Award (UC Press). She has also written op-ed pieces for The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Examiner and magazine pieces for the Los Angeles Times and New York Times Sunday Magazines and George Magazine. She holds a bachelor's degree in comparative literature from the University of California at Berkeley and a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.
Jon Ingalls
Jon Ingalls held several positions at Amazon.com including, most recently, Director of Infrastructure Software. His tenure at Amazon required defining, driving and delivering technology for e-Books, Corporate Accounts and the first Service Oriented Architecture implemented to put Target.com on Amazon's e-commerce platform in 2002. From 2002 to 2007 Jon delivered one of the world's largest infrastructure dedicated to the software life-cycle including a massive sensor network and data aggregation system capable of providing near real-time feedback on Amazon's thousands of servers and hundreds of distributed systems. Jon has close affiliations with UC Berkeley and Stanford's Recovery Oriented Computing (ROC) program where he established exness.net.in/download a working relationship to forward the science of managing large scale Service Oriented Architectures (SOA). Jon came to Amazon.com from Phototrust.com, a Seattle based startup, where he was Manager of Software. Prior to that, he held several positions at Xerox Corporation including a senior position at Knowledge Based System.