Michelle Leder launched Footnoted.com (originally Footnoted.org) in 2003 to take “a closer look at the things that companies try to bury in their routine SEC filings,” according to the website.
Reynolds Center presenters
Mark S. Luckie started a new job in June 2012 as Twitter’s creative content manager for journalism and the media. He left a position as the social media editor for The Washington Post.
Kelly Carr joined the Reynolds Center in 2007 after working as a journalist for multiple publications, including The Arizona Republic. She is the center’s senior online producer.
Jeff Porter is the special projects director for the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) at the University of Missouri. He spent two decades as a journalist in Arkansas, working at the Batesville Daily Guard and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Theo Francis is an award-winning financial and investigative reporter for The Wall Street Journal, specializing in using regulatory documents to dig into corporate behavior. He has worked for BusinessWeek, footnoted.com, Bloomberg News, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and local papers in suburban New Jersey and Southeast Alaska; he has also written for The New York Times’ DealBook, Quartz [...]
Dianne Finch is a visiting assistant professor of communications at Elon University. She joined Elon in spring 2013 as the Reynolds Visiting Professor in Business Journalism. She used her software programming skills to spot story ideas in Census 2000 data for The Associated Press. She then acquired a master’s in journalism at Columbia University, adding [...]
Alison Young is a reporter on USA Today’s investigative team and serves on the board of directors of Investigative Reporters and Editors.
Michael W. Hudson is senior editor at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. He has won a George Polk Award for magazine reporting, a John Hancock Award for business journalism, and accolades from the National Press Club, the White House Correspondents’ Association, the American Bar Association and the N.Y. State Society of CPAs.
As a blogger for the Reynolds Center’s BusinessJournalism.org, Rosland Gammon has interviewed more than 500 business journalists about how they produced great stories.