This page provides resources for identifying experts in a variety of areas that are not heard as often. Including underrepresented experts in your work is essential to ensuring a diversity of thought and opinion, and finding diverse perspectives is a continual undertaking that journalists have a responsibility to engage in.
To learn more, see Diversifying Your Sources Can Improve Your Reporting.
Diverse Sources is a searchable database of underrepresented experts in the areas of science, health and the environment.
500 Queer Scientists is a database of LGBTQ+ people in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Request a Woman Scientist from the 500 Women Scientists organization.
Source List provides a listing of women technologists and cross-cutting technology policy experts.
AcademiaNet is a tool to access numerous profiles of women academics from every discipline in Europe.
The Future of Science Film Fellowship aims to create new documentaries about efforts to make science more equitable and inclusive. This project builds on the success of the feature documentary "Picture a Scientist," which chronicled stories of bias, discrimination and harassment against women scientists.
InterviewHer aims to connect journalists with women expert sources on issues of global conflict, peace, and security.
Women Also Know Stuff is a database for finding women experts in political science.
Foreign Policy Interrupted includes women representing various areas in foreign policy.
Global Experts is a free online resource of international opinion leaders on complex political, social, and religious issues and crises.
Sourcebook of Multicultural Experts is an online directory of “companies with an ethnic / niche market or industry expertise.”
National LGBT Chamber of Commerce works to actively engage in serving the LGBT business community.
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is America's largest Hispanic business organization.