Sarah Whitmire

The Center for Public Integrity

Sarah Whitmire first joined the Center in Summer 2010 as a web intern, and returned in August 2011 as a web producer. She graduated magna cum laude from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in digital journalism, a master’s degree in mass communication, and a minor in sociology. She was the Center's Engagement Editor until December, 2014.

'I felt like I was getting pelted with excrement': Readers weigh in on political ads

By Sarah Whitmire

'Couldn't be reached' — a blog for all the times officials refuse to comment

By William Gray and Sarah Whitmire

'These families are not victims:' readers react to our prison bankers investigation

By Sarah Whitmire

Inside the virtual tollbooth at many U.S. prisons

By Daniel Wagner, Eleanor Bell and Sarah Whitmire

Investigating Florida's parallel legal system for foreclosures

By Alison Fitzgerald and Sarah Whitmire

Ten major findings from our investigations so far this year

By Jared Bennett and Sarah Whitmire

RGA profile

By Sarah Whitmire and Ben Wieder

DGA profile

By Sarah Whitmire and Ben Wieder

Explaining Medicare Advantage, and why it matters to you

By Fred Schulte and Sarah Whitmire

Reader-approved analysis from Wendell Potter

By Sarah Whitmire

Top investigations from 2013 that you may have missed

By Sarah Whitmire

Deadline for summer internships fast-approaching

By Sarah Whitmire

Medicare fraud: What you need to know

By Sarah Whitmire

Poisoned Places: By the numbers

By Sarah Whitmire

Coal ash spills into Lake Michigan after bluff collapse

By Sarah Whitmire

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