NABJ Remembers Bryan Monroe Zoom, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2 p.m. ET

Sign Our Digital Memory Book to Share Memories & Condolences A life so impactful deserves remembrance. Bryan Monroe meant so much to our National Association of […]

NABJ Celebrates the Life & Legacy of Former President Bryan Monroe, Services Scheduled Jan. 19

  Updated (Originally Posted Jan. 13, 2021) Services for former NABJ President Bryan Monroe will take place on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, at 11 a.m. EST. […]

NABJ Co-Founder John C. White Passes

-View the memorial tribute program here. -Viewing: Friday, November 27, from 2-4 pm ET -Funeral Service: Saturday, November 28, from 11:30 am-1:30 pm ET -Both will […]

NABJ Mourns the Loss of Longtime Member Karyn Collins

  NABJ mourns the loss of longtime member Karyn Collins. Fellow members described her as an individual who exuded excellence and generosity. She was an award-winning […]

In Memoriam – May 2020

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NABJ Mourns the Loss of Washington Post Journalist Darran Simon

NABJ mourns the loss of Darran Simon, a Washington Post reporter and NABJ member, who was found dead in his home on April 9. Authorities are still determining the cause of death. Simon was 43 and previously served as a senior writer for CNN Digital in Atlanta. Simon was celebrated for his ability to capture the human experience in his reporting and storytelling, specifically people's experiences with trauma. “We celebrate the impact that Darran had across the industry and within the NABJ community,” said NABJ President Dorothy Tucker. “He was talented and his work was compelling. The entire NABJ family extends heartfelt condolences to Darran’s family, friends and colleagues.” Read more at the Washington Post here.

January/February2020 Passings


NABJ and Its Sports Task Force Issue Statements on the Passing of Kobe Bryant


Veteran Sports Journalist Roscoe Nance Passes