Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak

global investigations editor The Associated Press

Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak is the Global Investigations Editor at the Associated Press (AP), based in Washington, where she works with a leading team of multimedia investigative reporters. She re-joined AP in 2019 after a two-decade tour through the news industry, with stops at NPR, Bloomberg News, the Philadelphia Inquirer and The Center for Public Integrity. As a reporter she has covered an array of subjects, including economics, health policy and taxes, and major news events including the 2008 financial collapse, the fight over Obamacare and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. As an editor she has overseen investigative coverage of the war in Ukraine, the global pandemic and two presidential impeachments. She works closely with the PBS series FRONTLINE to create documentary films from AP’s investigative reporting.

Her work as a reporter and editor has been honored many times, including with three George Polk Awards, a Gerald Loeb award and the Overseas Press Club Malcolm Forbes prize. A graduate of Georgetown University and Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Kodjak served as president of the National Press Club in 2019 and is also the co-author of the book In Too Deep: BP and the Drilling Race that Took It Down, published in 2011 by John Wiley & Sons.

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