William Wan is an enterprise reporter focused on narrative and long-form stories at The Washington Post. He previously served as the Post's national health reporter during the pandemic. In the past two decades, he has reported from more than 20 countries, covering national security, the Obama presidency, mass shootings and disasters, foreign policy and religion. As The Post's China correspondent, he uncovered corruption in the judicial system and human rights abuses. His coverage of mental health during the pandemic contributed to government action and an unprecedented increased in federal funding. He has won awards for his coverage of religion, China and health. He was part of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize finalist team that covered the Fort Hood shooting. Before joining The Post, he worked as a reporter for the Los Angeles Times and the Baltimore Sun.