Gabe Schneider

Journalist and Editor

Gabe Schneider is a reporter and editor based in Seattle. He’s currently the Story Partnerships and Collaborations Manager at Grist.  

Previously, he was an Assistant Editor at CalMatters. Before that, he was the Assistant Managing Editor at Votebeat, a pop-up nonprofit newsroom covering local election administration and voting in eight states. His work has been published in outlets like The Associated Press, MinnPost, The Texas Tribune, Los Angeles Magazine, and The Columbia Journalism Review

He is also is a co-founder of The Objective, a media publication focused on reporting, first-person commentary, and reported essays on communities journalism in the U.S. has typically ignored.

Gabe grew up in Los Angeles and went to UC San Diego, where he co-founded The Triton, a digital-first, independent, student-run newspaper. He also likes to cover campaign finance.

Reporting



Media Criticism


Prediction: Managment that is the same, will do the same
NIEMANLAB |DECEMBER, 2020
U.S. newsrooms are very white. So are the critics and the journalists that cover them
THE OBJECTIVE / POYNTER | OPINION | DEC 4, 2020
What does movement journalism mean for journalism as a whole?
THE OBJECTIVE / RJI | APR 16, 2021
RE: About your tweet
THE OBJECTIVE | JUNE 8, 2020

Things I’ve Said


In-N-Out’s Political Donation Attracts Boycott Calls, but Will It Matter?
THE NEW YORK TIMES
Journalism Is Changing—and Gabe Schneider Wants Newsroom Leaders to Catch Up
ADWEEK
What We Talk About When We Talk About 'Cancel Culture'
NPR 1A (RADIO) 
Campus newsrooms rethink their approach to race
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
In California, journalists lean on student reporters for education coverage
COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW
Student journalist Gabe Schneider gives peers a voice with The Triton
THISWEEK@UCSANDIEGO