Erin Quinn

Reporter  The Center for Public Integrity

Erin Quinn is a reporter for the Center’s Consider the Source project, covering Washington, D.C.’s “misinformation industry.” She was previously the Center’s 17th James R. Soles Fellow. She graduated in 2013 from University of Delaware with an honors degree in international relations and English and a minor in journalism. She served as managing news editor for The Review, the student-run newspaper. As an undergraduate, Erin studied political science while abroad in Ghana and participated in a political communication cross-cultural exchange with students in the United Arab Emirates. A recipient of the Ross Mayhew Memorial Scholarship for journalism, she held internships at the Newark Post and the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Why nobody knows what's really going into your food

Consumer group: Federal food additive safety process is illegal

By Erin Quinn and Chris Young

Food safety scientists have ties to Big Tobacco

By Chris Young and Erin Quinn

Why the FDA doesn't really know what's in your food

By Erin Quinn and Chris Young

PR giant, oil industry group split

By Chris Young and Erin Quinn

Why industry is trying to tell you how to think

By Erin Quinn, Chris Young and Kimberley Porteous

Who needs lobbyists? See what big business spends to win American minds

By Erin Quinn and Chris Young

‘Dr. Evil’ fuels dogfight between AKC, Humane Society

By John Dunbar and Erin Quinn

Saving the penny makes cents for zinc-backed front group

By Erin Quinn

Documents reveal GOP group's secret donors

By Michael Beckel and Erin Quinn

Retailers band together to fight health reform law

By Erin Quinn

Pro-Vitter super PAC fueled by energy interests

By Julie Patel and Erin Quinn

Dow Chemical backed anti-union nonprofit with $2 million donation

By Michael Beckel and Erin Quinn

Pulling back the veil on corporate contributions

By Michael Beckel and Erin Quinn