Four skilled journalists have joined the Center for Public Integrity as part of continuing efforts to broaden coverage areas, enhance data analysis and improve digital presentation.
The new hires come on the heels of a spate of additions last year, reflecting fresh investment in the Center’s journalism and new levels of interest in Washington-based investigative reporting. The positions have been made possible in part through support from the Knight Foundation, individual donors Laura and John Arnold, the Carnegie Corp. and the Democracy Fund.
“It’s gratifying to bring aboard four such talented individuals,” said Center for Public Integrity CEO John Dunbar. “All of them bring unique skills to the table and we’re excited to see them do some great journalism.”