Investigative Reporter Education: Yale University, BA in English Neena Satija has been an investigative reporter for The Washington Post since January 2019. She was previously an investigative reporter and radio producer for the Texas Tribune and Reveal, a national radio show and podcast. In Texas, Satija's stories about the Houston region’s vulnerability to hurricanes and torrential rainfall proved prescient when Hurricane Harvey hit months later. She has also investigated corruption in Border Patrol, the failures of Texas foster care and the state's broken indigent defense system. Her work has won a Peabody Award and two national Edward R. Murrow awards for investigative reporting. Honors & Awards:
Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Reporting, 2018
Peabody Award, 2017
Livingston Award for Young Journalists, Finalist, 2017
Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Reporting, 2017
Professional Affiliations: Investigative Reporters and Editors
A decade before Floyd’s death, David Smith died in Minneapolis police custody after an officer kneeled on his back. But his case after did not cause public outcry, and officers involved did not face discipline.
In their private communications, scientists at academic, hospital and public health labs expressed alarm at the Trump administration’s failure to move quickly and at bureaucratic demands that delayed testing.