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Peter Bale joins the Center after three years as Vice President and General Manager of Digital at CNN International, where he ran CNN.com and other digital products outside the United States. The International edition of the CNN site recorded double-digit growth in users, engagement and revenue during his tenure heading teams in Atlanta, London, Dubai and Hong Kong. Bale is a frequent speaker on media and the impact of the internet on journalism.... More about Peter Bale
Michael Beckel joined the Center for Public Integrity as a politics reporter in February 2012, where his focus is on super PACs, politically active nonprofits and the influence of money on elections. He previously worked for three years as the money-in-politics reporter for the Center for Responsive Politics. Beckel's exploits have taken him inside the U.S. Supreme Court multiple times, including the oral arguments of the landmark campaign finance cases Citizens United v.... More about Michael Beckel
Jared Bennett is the Center's digital editor. He worked as a digital producer at WBUR, in Boston, before joining the Center's digital team in the summer of 2014. Jared graduated with a master's degree in multimedia journalism from Emerson College in 2014 and a bachelor's degree in English literature from SUNY Geneseo in 2011.... More about Jared Bennett
With 35 years of administrative experience, calm demeanor and excellent judgment, Betts is an integral part of the Center's operations. Her previous role at the Management Assistance Group included overseeing MAG's day-to-day financial operations, managing payroll and accounts payable, maintaining consulting files and liasing with clients. In addition to her work, she is a leader in her community.... More about Dorothy Betts
Talia Buford is a reporter in the Center's environment and labor team. She spent three years as an energy reporter for Politico, where she covered natural gas and the Interior Department and authored the daily Afternoon Energy newsletter. Previously, Buford spent five years at The Providence (R.I.) Journal as a legal affairs and municipal reporter.... More about Talia Buford
Lauren Chadwick is a Scoville Peace Fellow with the National Security team at the Center for Public Integrity. After graduating from Columbia University in May 2015, Chadwick joined the Washington D.C. team of NBC Nightly News as a desk assistant. During her time at NBC, she researched and booked interviews for political correspondents, reported for NBCNews.com on issues of foreign policy, field produced Washington events, and worked in the main N.Y. and D.C.... More about Lauren Chadwick
Deborah joined the Center in July 2015 as its Chief Development Officer and oversees its revenue generating activities. She joined the Center after a two and half year stint at Justice at Stake as its Deputy Executive Director for Development.... More about Deborah Dubois
Emily Dufton (Ph.D., George Washington University, 2014) is an ACLS Public Fellow and serves as the Center's Engagement Analyst. Her work will include creating an outreach strategy to reach new readers, strengthening relationships with digital communities, and building supporter numbers among younger readers. She will also focus on partnering with other offline organizations and social communities in order for the Center's stories to reach their broadest possible audience.... More about Emily Dufton
John is the creator of Consider the Source, the Center's ongoing investigation of the impact of money on state and federal politics. He returned to the Center in 2011 after spending two years as director of the "Connected" project at the Investigative Reporting Workshop at American University where he investigated the political influence of the telecommunications and media industries.... More about John Dunbar
Susan Ferriss is a prize-winning former foreign correspondent who has been investigating treatment of children by the U.S. justice and immigration system, law enforcement and the school-discipline process. She joined the Center in 2011.... More about Susan Ferriss
Allan Holmes joined the Center in 2013 to cover broadband and Internet governance. He previously worked for three years at Bloomberg News, where he led a team of technology reporters and analysts writing about telecommunications, cybersecurity and privacy policies. In 2008, Holmes launched the technology website Nextgov at Atlantic Media, and covered federal and state technology policy for CIO Magazine.... More about Allan Holmes
Before joining the Center's environment and labor team, Jamie Smith Hopkins worked for 15 years for the Baltimore Sun, where she spent most of her time as a business reporter.... More about Jamie Smith Hopkins
Carrie Levine joined the Center for Public Integrity in October 2014 as a federal politics reporter investigating the influence of money in politics. For four years before joining the Center, she worked as research director at Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, where she managed a five-person staff that exposed the activities of politically active “dark money” nonprofits and uncovered instances of congressional self-dealing.... More about Carrie Levine
Dave Levinthal joined the Center for Public Integrity in 2013 and leads its federal politics reporting team. Under Dave's direction, the Center's political coverage has earned numerous awards, including an Editor & Publisher EPPY Award in 2014 honoring the nation's best political blog.... More about Dave Levinthal
Kristen Lombardi is an award-winning journalist who has worked for the Center for Public Integrity since 2007. She has been a journalist for more than 19 years. Her investigation into campus rape cases for the Center won the Robert F. Kennedy Award and the Dart Award in 2011, as well as the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in 2010, among other recognitions.... More about Kristen Lombardi
Patrick Malone joined the Center for Public Integrity in May 2015 to cover national security. He spent 20 years reporting on justice, politics and deep investigations for newspapers in Colorado and New Mexico, most recently at The Santa Fe New Mexican.... More about Patrick Malone
Mishak joined the Center in 2016 after working as a political correspondent for National Journal. Previously, he was a national political writer for The Associated Press in Miami, where his coverage of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio won state and regional awards. He also covered Gov.... More about Michael J. Mishak
Jim Morris is managing editor for environment and labor at the Center for Public Integrity. A journalist since 1978, Morris has won more than 70 awards for his work, including the George Polk award, the Sidney Hillman award, three National Association of Science Writers awards and five Texas Headliners awards. He directed a global investigation of the asbestos industry that won the John B.... More about Jim Morris
Oghene is a fellow for Money in Politics and Business. He is a graduate of George Washington University and has master’s degrees from the Columbia School of Journalism and Georgetown University. Oghene has spent time with the New Jersey U.S. Attorney’s office, the U.S. Senate, Fleishman-Hillard International, and the Huffington Post.... More about Oghene Oyiborhoro
Sophia Jabeen Qureshi joined the Center for Public Integrity in May 2016 after working as a producer for the current affairs show “America Tonight” on Al-Jazeera America; she previously spent two years as head of outreach for the Al Jazeera Media Network, creating and implementing a communications strategy for the Western Hemisphere. She’s also worked as a communications specialist for the United Nations Development Programme in New York.... More about Sophia Jabeen Qureshi
Schulte is a four-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, most recently in 2007 for a series on Baltimore’s arcane ground rent system. Schulte’s other Pulitzer-nominated projects exposed excessive heart surgery death rates in veterans’ hospitals, substandard care by health insurance plans treating low-income people and the hidden dangers of cosmetic surgery in medical offices. He spent much of his career at the Baltimore Sun and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.... More about Fred Schulte
Before coming to the Center, Peter Smith was employed as a law clerk at the firm of Gaffney & Schember, P.C., in Washington, D.C. He received his bachelor’s degree in medieval European history from Harvard University and his law degree from American University.... More about Peter Newbatt Smith
Smith worked for 25 years in a series of key reporting and editorial roles at The Washington Post, including national investigative editor, national security correspondent, national investigative correspondent, and a foreign staff bureau chief based in Rome. In 2006, he won the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting, along with two colleagues at the Post, for articles on House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and lobbyist Jack Abramoff.... More about R. Jeffrey Smith
Abeo joined the Center in September 2015 as the Development Database Administrator, and was soon promoted to the position of Senior Manager, Development Operations, in January 2016.... More about Abeo Venzor
Kytja Weir joined the Center in 2013, where she is project manager and reporter for the Consider the Source state politics team. For four years before joining the Center, she was a local news reporter for The Washington Examiner. Her work there investigating safety and management problems in the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority earned honors from the D.C. Society of Professional Journalists and the Maryland/Delaware/D.C. Press Association.... More about Kytja Weir
Liz Essley Whyte is a reporter for the Consider the Source state politics team. Before joining the Center in 2014 as an American University fellow, she was the managing editor of a quarterly magazine focused on philanthropy, and prior to that, she covered local government and transportation for The Washington Examiner. Her scoops on insider deals at the local airports authority earned her top awards from the D.C.... More about Liz Essley Whyte
Ben Wieder is the Computer Assisted Reporter for the Consider the Source project, which tracks the influence of money on state and federal politics. He worked previously at Stateline and interned at the Center in the Summer of 2011. He has also written for the Chronicle of Higher Education and Newsday.... More about Ben Wieder
Gordon Witkin joined the Center in September 2008 following a long career at U.S. News & World Report and a shorter stint at Congressional Quarterly. At U.S. News, Witkin served as a regional correspondent in Detroit and as bureau chief in Denver, before coming to Washington in 1987. He covered criminal justice for 11 years, before joining the management ranks as chief of correspondents in 1998.... More about Gordon Witkin
Jie Jenny Zou is a reporting fellow for the Center’s environment and labor team. She’s a Brooklyn native who previously covered statewide justice issues as a data reporter for The New York World, based out of Columbia School of Journalism, where she also graduated in 2013 with a focus on investigative journalism. Zou has also covered local and regional government in South Carolina and has interned for various national publications.... More about Jie Jenny Zou
News developer Chris Zubak-Skees is equal parts coder and journalist. A graduate from Rochester Institute of Technology with a journalism and computer science education, he served as a reporting fellow at the Sunlight Foundation, and as online production manager, reporter and news editor at RIT Reporter magazine.... More about Chris Zubak-Skees
Gerard Ryle leads the ICIJ’s headquarters staff in Washington, D.C., as well as overseeing the consortium’s 100 member journalists in more than 50 countries. Before joining as the ICIJ’s first non-American director in September 2011, Ryle spent 26 years working as a reporter, investigative reporter and editor in Australia and Ireland, including two decades at The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age newspapers.... More about Gerard Ryle
Marina Walker Guevara is ICIJ’s deputy director. A native of Argentina, she has reported from a half-dozen countries and her investigations have won and shared more than 12 national and international awards. Over a ten-year career, she has written about environmental degradation in Latin America by multinational corporations; shadowy U.S. government HIV/AIDS prevention programs in Africa, and the cigarette mafia in the Tri-Border Area of South America, among other topics.... More about Marina Walker Guevara
Cécile Schilis-Gallego is a data journalist for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. She joined ICIJ in 2014 after graduating with a master's degree in investigative journalism from Columbia University.... More about Cécile Schilis-Gallego
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