Brian Eule is the Director of Journalism and Communications at the Heising-Simons Foundation, where he created both the Communications department and the Foundation’s Journalism grantmaking initiative, which awards grants to journalism nonprofits each year. As part of that, he created and directs the American Mosaic Journalism Prize, the largest journalism prize in the United States.

Brian has a long history in philanthropy, having worked at the James Irvine Foundation, Packard Foundation, and Hewlett Foundation. Additionally, he is the author of the critically acclaimed nonfiction book, Match Day: One Day and One Dramatic Year in the Lives of Three New Doctors (St. Martin’s Press), which had multiple printings and was optioned for television. Brian holds a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University and a master’s from Columbia University.