Zakrzewski, De Vynck, Masih and Mahtini were recognized for Facebook Under Fire, an installment of The Post's Facebook Papers investigation.
Masih and Slater were selected as winners of the award for their 2021 India Under Surveillance series
Eilperin and Georges have been named recipients of the Gold Award in Science Reporting – Large Outlet, for a story that revealed the forces of climate change by telling the story of a single tree.
Kelly receives this honor in recognition of his leadership in The Washington Post’s Helping Hand initiative.
America desk reporter Silvia Foster-Frau has been honored with the 2022 National Association of Hispanic Journalists Elaine Rivera Civil Rights & Social Justice Award, a wonderful testament of her efforts to illuminate under-covered issues related to race and identity.
The Post also was named a finalist in 11 other categories.
The Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes a journalist whose career exemplifies the consistent superior insight and professional skills necessary to further the understanding of business, financial and economic issues.
The partnership illustrated technology’s ability to enhance media coverage and sustain businesses.
The Pandora Papers, The Post’s collaboration with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, wins the award for Excellence in National/International Investigative Reporting and the Impact Award. The Post’s “Four Hours of Insurrection" was a finalist for Excellence in Radio/Podcast Coverage.
Hiatt was honored posthumously with the Richard M. Clurman Award for his mentorship of young writers and editors. Del Real was recognized for his reporting on conspiracy in America.
The judges cited Viser’s “unique, broad, authoritative contribution to chronicling the Biden presidency.”
Read the remarks made by Publisher and CEO Fred Ryan, Executive Editor Sally Buzbee, Deputy Editorial Page Editor Karen Tumulty, and Senior Managing Editor Cameron Barr.
The Post was also named a finalist in the categories of Investigative Reporting, National Reporting, and Illustrated Reporting and Commentary for political cartoons by Ann Telnaes.
This is the fifth time Sally has been named the nation’s top sports columnist by APSE. She previously won the award in 2001, 2003, 2010 and 2011. Sally last year was the recipient of the prestigious Red Smith Award, which APSE presents annually to a person who has “made major contributions to sports journalism.”
The awards, from the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation, honor “exemplary talent and programming created by, for and about women.”
The judges praised Ian’s investigation into VMI, the nation’s oldest state-supported military college, for its power and impact. He forced a reckoning that VMI, the last public college in Virginia to integrate and then to admit women, had long resisted.
The association recognized The Post for its coverage of the breaking news events on Jan. 6, as well as stories in the immediate aftermath that held people and institutions to account, along with a six-month project launched in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.
IRE’s judges described Hensley-Clancy's work as “a comprehensive look at a system of abuse” that “offered readers a glimpse at a culture of silence and questionable labor practices.”
The Post also received nine additional honorable mentions across the newsroom and The Washington Post Creative Group.
Dreier and Tran were recognized for the work they did in 2021 about the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which revealed in unstinting, human terms how FEMA is struggling in its increasingly urgent mission to help America’s disaster survivors in the age of climate change and stark inequality, prompting congressional action and policy overhauls.