Rachel Glickhouse, the partner manager for ProPublica’s Documenting Hate project, has been named a finalist in this year’s Livingston Awards, which honor outstanding achievement by journalists under the age of 35.

A large-scale collaborative journalism project, Documenting Hate seeks to investigate hate crimes and bias incidents in the U.S., combining the efforts of ProPublica and our more than 130 partner newsrooms around the country. As the initiative’s partner manager, Glickhouse has the duties of a traditional journalist, a digital project manager and an outreach coordinator. She has built the Documenting Hate newsroom coalition, monitors the project’s tips database and leads its engagement efforts. She communicates daily with reporters across the country, sending them tips and advising them on their stories by providing additional research and expert sources. Rachel also writes her own posts about the project, including “What We Know — and Don’t Know — About Hate Crimes in America” and “What We Discovered During a Year of Documenting Hate.”

See a list of all Livingston Award finalists here.