GeekWire is a fast-growing, national technology news site with strong roots in the Seattle region and a large audience of loyal, tech-savvy readers around the globe, who follow the site for breaking news, expert analysis and unique insights into the technology industry.
GeekWire is uniquely positioned to cover some of the most widely followed and innovative tech companies in the world, and one of the most vibrant startup markets in the country.
Our signature events and meetups bring out thousands of people to connect, learn, recruit, do business and have fun with a broad cross-section of the tech community. Our membership program includes some of the most respected figures in the technology community: top entrepreneurs, computer scientists and business leaders.
The site was started in 2011 by two longtime journalists, John Cook and Todd Bishop; and startup veteran Jonathan Sposato. For more background on GeekWire, listen to this interview with Todd and John by Josh Kerns of KIRO Radio.
Named a "New Journalist of the Year" by the Society of Professional Journalists. Covers a wide variety of tech assignments, including emerging startups, the sharing economy and the intersection of technology and sports.
Aerospace & Science Editor
Award-winning science writer and veteran space reporter. Formerly of NBCNews.com. The author of "The Case for Pluto: How a Little Planet Made a Big Difference."
Monica Nickelsburg handles a variety of editorial roles, including social media, site production, and the Geek Life beat. Originally from Southern California, she studied journalism and history at NYU before landing in Seattle. She loves arts, pop-culture, and her adopted city.
Covers nonprofits, companies and researchers applying technology some of society's biggest challenges. Northwest native and two-time UW alum with a background in cell biology.
Looks for the fun stuff on the GeekLife beat. A former pop culture editor for NBC's TODAY.com and a longtime Seattleite.
Covers a variety of technology topics, including Microsoft, Amazon, startups and the intersection of technology with real estate, courts and government.
Covers life sciences, biotechnology and general assignment technology stories, in addition to producing the GeekWire radio show and podcast. A graduate of the University of Washington, she is passionate about nonfiction storytelling, particularly stories about how science impacts our daily lives.