Evelyn Kpadeh Seagbeh is a four-time-award-winning Liberian journalist. Her passion for storytelling and reporting on the under-reported has led her to break landmark news headlines. Evelyn holds over 11 years of experience working as an active journalist. Her most recent media award was from the Press Union of Liberia in May 2022 for her reportage on Female Genital Mutilation. Evelyn has reported for both local and international media outlets. Her reports have been featured in the Turkish News Agency-Anadolu Agency (AA), the BBC, and she currently corresponds for Germany’s International Public Broadcaster, Radio Deutsche Welle English For Africa Service. She is New Narratives Fellow trained with in-depth skills in climate change, land rights, and investigative justice reporting. Her resilience and professionalism have led her to win a series of media reporting grants and fellowships from reputable international and national media development institutions which include, the National Geographic Society (NGS) as a storytelling explorer, Forum For African Investigative Reporters (FAIR), IREX, The International Women Media Foundation (IWMF), Womankind Worldwide, Center for Transparency and Accountability (CENTAL), the Earth Journalism Network (EJN) UNCCD Fellowship, and WeltFilme, among others. Evelyn is the founder and CEO of Just A Girl Initiatives, a not-for-profit that was established in late 2014 as a result of an investigative radio documentary she produced about the growing wave of teenage prostitution in post-war Liberia. Just A Girl leads advocacies and provides girls, women and now young men empowerment opportunities to reduce their vulnerabilities, to enable them live positively and become responsible citizens.