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Ana Ley

Board Member

Ana Ley, a journalist with 15 years of experience, is a reporter at The New York Times. Previously, she worked at five newspapers, including the San Antonio Express-News in San Antonio, Texas; the Las Vegas Sun and Las Vegas Review-Journal; and at the Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Virginia, where she was a reporter and then editor.
She is an active member of IRE, serving as a mentor in the year-long Chauncey Bailey Journalist of Color Investigative Reporting Fellowship, speaking on panels at various conferences and serving on several committees. Proficient in FOIA law and computer-assisted reporting skills, Ley has won numerous awards over the years, including a first-place Headliner Award in 2021 for local news coverage. She also was a finalist for a Livingston Award that year for local reporting on the enduring legacy of racism in Virginia politics. Ley was born in the border city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico, and grew up in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. She graduated from the University of Texas-Pan American. She is a longtime member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and served as a mentor for NAHJ's Student Project for eight years.
Date elected: 2023
Term expiration: 2025
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