Johannes Kr. Kristjansson is an Emmy-nominated, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist whose work on the Panama Papers resulted in the 2016 resignation of the prime minister of Iceland. Kristjansson founded his own media company, Reykjavik Media, in 2015. He also co-founded and is a board member of the Icelandic Center for Investigative Journalism and has lectured on investigative journalism at events throughout the world. From 2005 to 2009 Kristjansson was the editor-in-chief of “Kompas”, a weekly investigative news program on Channel 2. He also worked as an investigative reporter for “Kastljos”, a daily news program at RUV, the state television station in Iceland. Kristjansson has been honored for investigations into black market gun trade, sexual abuse of minors, government corruption, and more. He was made an ICIJ member in 2016.