Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter covering criminal justice issues for The Washington Post. Co-author of American Cartel.
Education: Bryn Mawr College, BA in political science; Oxford University, MA in politics, philosophy and economics
Sari Horwitz is an investigative reporter who covers criminal justice issues for The Washington Post where she has been a reporter for 38 years. Horwitz has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize four times. In 2002, she shared the Pulitzer for investigative reporting for a series exposing the District of Columbia's role in the neglect and deaths of 229 children placed in protective care. The series prompted an overhaul of the child welfare system and a new wing of D.C. Superior Court for children and families. Horwitz also co-wrote an investigation of D.C. police shootings that revealed that D.C.