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John Tanagho

Executive Director IJM’s Center to End Online Sexual Exploitation of ChildrenInternational Justice Mission

Los Angeles, CA

Member Since October 2023


Executive Leadership
Public Speaking


Global leader in strengthening justice and child protection systems in partnership with public and private sector, survivor leaders, and NGOs. Leading a cross-regional, cross-cultural team of subject matter experts in online child protection, advocacy, and capacity building. I speak internationally (2022 Singapore FinTech Festival), testified before U.S. Congress on the scale of child sexual exploitation online, and participate in numerous global advisory groups, including the World Economic Forum Global Coalition for Digital Safety. I have lived overseas and led non-profit teams internationally, litigated at a major law firm, and hold a Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

Published content

19 tips for company leaders seeking media coverage and strong media relationships

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These strategies can help you forge good relationships with the press and encourage positive PR for your business. Media coverage and strong press relationships are often essential for elevating your company's public-facing profile. But how do you effectively engage with the press and create a business relationship that benefits both parties? Below, Fast Company Executive Board members offer their best tips for leaders who want to connect with journalists and secure valuable media exposure. Read on for their recommendations on navigating press relations and securing positive media coverage.


Together we can create a safer digital future—one where the innovative use of technology flourishes and the weaponizing of technology is thwarted.

20 tips for business leaders trying to attract their target audience

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Industry experts share top tips to make your mark in business and continue to move ahead. When your brand is competing in a saturated market, it's important to figure out how to stand out from other businesses. But it's not about being the loudest voice online or placing out-of-home advertisements. Standing out is most effective when leaders do their research to understand who they are talking to and what will resonate with their audience. Below, 20 Fast Company Executive Board members each provide one successful tactic for reaching the right audience and staying visible in a crowded market without being spammy or offensively persistent.

Company details

International Justice Mission


Social impact & nonprofit

Area of focus

Non Profit
Underserved Children
Public Safety

Company size

1,001 - 5,000