Center for Journalism Ethics adds new advisory board members

Two accomplished journalists this week joined the advisory board of the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, according to posts on the Center’s Facebook account.

Brennan Nardi, communications director at Madison Community Foundation, and Brent Jones, assistant managing editor for training and outreach at The Wall Street Journal, are the advisory board’s newest members.

Nardi, a UW graduate, previously served as editor of Madison Magazine from 2005 to 2015. During that time, the magazine won 36 Milwaukee Press Club Awards for editorial and design, including 2006 Editor of the Year honors for Nardi.

Jones has decades of experience in newsrooms, including overseeing standards and ethics for USA Today and its network of 109 local publications. He is a member of the Online News Association and the National Association of Black Journalists, where he served as a past vice president of NABJ’s Washington, D.C., chapter.