Sanya Mansoor

Intern  The Center for Public Integrity

Sanya Mansoor was a summer 2018 intern for the Center for Public Integrity's state politics team. She graduated as a Stabile Fellow in investigative journalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2018. While studying at Columbia, she was also a research assistant for a national project on child abuse and neglect by The Boston Globe and ProPublica. She has covered the 85th Texas Legislature as a fellow at The Texas Tribune and reported on education as an intern at The Dallas Morning News, where a story she wrote about public schools requesting washers and dryers because of students' poor access to laundry led to more than $135,000 in donations. The Atlantic published a documentary she made about parkour and politics in her hometown, Kashmir, India. She received her undergraduate journalism degree from Northwestern University in 2016.