Data reporter on the rapid-response investigative team Education: University of Texas, BA in government and philosophy
Andrew Ba Tran is a data reporter who joined The Washington Post in 2017. Tran previously was a data editor at the Connecticut Mirror's TrendCT.org, Before that, he was a data producer at the Boston Globe, where he contributed to the newsroom's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings and aftermath. He has worked in newsrooms at the Virginian-Pilot and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He’s a Metpro Fellow, a Chips Quinn Scholar and a graduate of the University of Texas.
Honors & Awards:
Pulitzer Prize in 2014 for breaking news coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombings
Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for investigative reporting of Roy Moore
Professional Affiliations: Asian American Journalists Association, Investigative Reporters and Editors
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto called the attack the “darkest day of Pittsburgh’s history,” after the victims' names were read out Sunday morning, and disputed President Trump’s suggestion that the synagogue should have had armed guards.
The unorthodox approach J. Mark McWatters takes to overseeing the National Credit Union Administration adds a wrinkle to the tendency among some Trump administration officials to spurn traditional government norms.