The Investigative Reporters & Editors Board of Directors has elected officers for 2022-23.
Mark Walker, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter in the Washington bureau of The New York Times, was reelected president. Cindy Galli, Murrow Award-winning executive producer of the ABC News Investigative Unit, was elected vice president.
Brian M. Rosenthal, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter at the New York Times, was elected treasurer. Josh Hinkle, a duPont Award-winning director of investigations and innovation for KXAN in Texas, was elected secretary. Jodie Fleischer, a duPont Award winner who is managing editor of investigative content for Cox Media Group, was elected at-large officer.
All five officers were elected without opposition at a board meeting Monday, July 11.
Other board members are Darla Cameron, managing editor for visual journalism at the Texas Tribune; Mark Greenblatt, senior national investigative correspondent at Scripps Washington Bureau; Kate Howard, investigative editor on the projects team at Reveal; Aaron Kessler, data journalist with The Associated Press in Washington, D.C.; Barbara Rodriguez, statehouse reporter for The 19th; Neena Satija, reporter on the Washington Post’s rapid response investigative team; independent journalist Lam Thuy Vo who is the data journalist in residence at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism; and Simone Weichselbaum, national investigative reporter with NBC News Investigations.
Board members will meet in August at IRE headquarters at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Mo., for their annual retreat.
The next major IRE event is the virtual Diversity, Belonging, Equity and Inclusion (DBEI) Symposium, set for Oct. 20-21. Deadline for submitting ideas for speakers and panels is Aug. 7. Registration will begin in late August; details to come.
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