Our Journalists

Breaking a news story takes dedication, sometimes for years. It requires curiosity,
determination and a commitment to delivering the truth to a public who deserve
nothing less. Star journalists are held in the highest regard for their integrity, accuracy and relentless pursuit of news stories that need telling.


Jennifer Wells and Diana Zlomislic

Jennifer Wells (front) is an award-winning feature writer at the Toronto Star. The recipient of two National Newspaper Awards, two gold National Magazine Awards and a National Business Book Award, Wells has reported on a diverse range of topics, from malaria in Peru, to American locomotive manufacture, to the extraction of conflict minerals in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The mother of three sons, Wells lives in Toronto with her husband, Peter.

Diana Zlomislic (back) joined the Toronto Star in 2002. After spending several years working behind the scenes, culminating in her editorship of the Saturday Star, Zlomislic returned to her first love, reporting, as a member of the paperís investigative team. She recently completed a three-month fellowship in Liberia where she worked for Journalists for Human Rights, a media non-governmental organization.