Gwyneth Doland has been working as a multimedia journalist in Albuquerque since 1999. She is a director of the Journalism and Women Symposium and New Mexico in Depth, and serves as the Freedom of Information Committee Chair for the Society of Professional Journalists Rio Grande Chapter. She is a correspondent for New Mexico in Focus on KNME-TV and a former producer for the station's Public Square show. As the executive director for the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government she ran a hotline helping journalists and others get access to public records and open meetings. As the editor of The New Mexico Independent, a startup online-only news site, she and her team proudly accepted the 2010 First Amendment Award from ACLU of New Mexico for work that included webcasting and liveblogging from the state Legislature. Her work for two alternative weekly papers, the Santa Fe Reporter and Weekly Alibi also won several awards.