Suswati oversees Trends and SEO as Head of Audience. She is an award-winning editor with significant experience in digital media at Channel 4 News and ITV News, who most recently worked in news verification at Dataminr. She won the Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize for raising awareness on domestic violence, has been shortlisted for the Guardian Mary Stott Prize, and has also been longlisted for the Guardian International Development Journalism Award. Suswati was nominated for the International Women's Podcast Award 2022 for her mental health show How To Be Books Podcast. She is currently the ambassador for Beat national eating disorder charity, a board member for the disabled cycling charity Wheels for Wellbeing as a disabled woman of colour herself, and a UN Women UK delegate. As part of her work, she has interviewed everyone from Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr Shirin Ebadi and top scientist Professor Tim Spector OBE to working on investigations including unveiling the Jimmy Saville abuse scandal, as well as tracking down and speaking to an ISIS recruiter in India. Suswati spent four years working as a journalist for various bilingual magazines in Beijing and Shanghai, China, having studied Mandarin and Politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies and Beijing Normal University. She then received her NCTJ from News Associates in London many years ago. She is passionate about world news, culture, human rights, DEI, gender, mental health, the social model of disability, race, and social politics, and of course, books. At one point she was reading a book a day!