Senior video producer Education: George Mason University, BA in English; George Mason University, MFA in Creative Writing
In 2018, Tom LeGro was part of a team of Post reporters who were awarded a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Senate candidacy of Roy Moore and a subsequent effort to discredit The Post's reporting.
As senior video producer, LeGro oversees an award-winning team of video journalists on the foreign, national security, technology and features desks.
He worked for The Washington Post from 2000 to 2006 on the sports desk, first as a news aide and then later as a copy editor. From 2006 to 2013, LeGro was a reporter-producer for "PBS NewsHour," covering arts and culture, before returning to The Post.
Honors & Awards:
Pulitzer Prize, part of team that won for Investigative Reporting, 2018
Murrow Award, part of team that won for investigative reporting, 2018
Robin Toner Prize, part of team that won for Excellence in Political Reporting, 2018
Murrow Award, part of team that won for continuing coverage of the opioid crisis in America, 2017
Webby Award, part of team that won in Film & Video: Music for "The Inside Story of When RUN‑DMC Met Aerosmith and Changed Music Forever," 2017
Emmy nomination, part of team that earned the nod for outstanding breaking news coverage of the Pulse nightclub shooting, 2017