25th CAR: What a ride it's been!
Buckle up for a fast-paced ride through 25 years of data journalism, told through the people who drove CAR into the mainstream of investigative reporting. You’ll hear about pivotal moments, bizarre twists and befuddled bureaucrats who didn’t know what hit them. Featuring special guests! Expected guest speakers include Crina Boros, Center for Investigative Journalism; Sarah Cohen, ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism; Steve Doig, ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism; Jaimi Dowdell, Reuters; Mark Horvit, University of Missouri; Brant Houston, University of Illinois; Clarence Jones, independent journalist; Jennifer LaFleur, Investigative Reporting Workshop; and James B. Steele, independent journalist.
Doug Haddix is executive director of Investigative Reporters and Editors. His 20-year newspaper career included a decade as investigative projects editor at The Columbus Dispatch and stints as city editor of daily newspapers in Scranton, Pa., and Danville, Ill. Before returning to IRE, where he previously worked as a training director, Haddix served as an assistant vice president at Ohio State University and director of the Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism.
Shawn McIntosh is editorial director at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, overseeing news content, including investigative reporting and data journalism. A career-long member of IRE, she credits the training and camaraderie offered here for any success she has had. She has previously been top editor in Jackson, Miss., and worked in investigative roles at The Dallas Morning News and USA TODAY. @shawnmcintosh and @AJCInvestigate
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