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Minhee is ProPublica’s first Communications Manager. She joined the staff in January 2011 after holding two post-graduate internships at Coburn Communications, a boutique PR firm in Times Square, and the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America, a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) with over 40 chapters across the country. She graduated in May 2010 with a dual degree in public relations and policy studies from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.

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ProPublica Wins Two Education Writers Association Awards

ProPublica Wins Health Journalism and Design Awards

Three ProPublica Finalists in Scripps Howard Competition

MuckReads Podcast: Tom Robbins on His ‘Perry Mason Moment’

In part two of our conversation, tales from a long investigative journalism career, including a decision to break confidentiality.

‘Segregation Now’ Selected as Finalist for Silver Gavel Awards

ProPublica and NPR Win Alliance for Women in Media Award

Our joint investigation examining the Pentagon's failing efforts to locate and identify fallen soldiers has won a Gracie Award for outstanding investigative feature.

Podcast: Uber’s Dodgy Drunk Driving Study

Ryann Grochowski Jones discusses the flaws in Uber's recent drunk driving report.

Red Cross Investigation Named Finalist for Goldsmith Prize

This is the fifth time ProPublica's reporting has been selected as a finalist for the investigative award.

‘Segregation Now’ Named a Finalist in National Magazine Awards

Podcast: When Medical Debts Become an Impossible Burden

Paul Kiel explores how some nonprofit hospitals are using the courts to collect medical debt, particularly from low-income patients.

Podcast: Scrutinizing Conflicts of Interest and Profiteering in the Charter School Movement

Marian Wang takes a look at how a chain of North Carolina charter schools highlights the potential for public funds to end up as private profits in the charter-school movement.

Podcast: Firestone’s Secret History in Liberia

Senior reporter T. Christian Miller talks about the ProPublica and PBS Frontline investigation.

Podcast: How We Reported on the American Red Cross

Justin Elliott and Steve Engelberg discuss how crowdsourcing played a crucial role in our latest report on the American Red Cross and its botched relief efforts.

Podcast: The Racial Disparity in Fatal Police Shootings

The FBI's data on fatal police shootings has its flaws but it illustrates an undeniable truth: black teens have an outsize risk of being shot and killed by law enforcement.

Podcast: How ‘Wee Things’ Make a Big Difference in Design

ProPublica's Lena Groeger and Nicole Collins Bronzan discuss how people read and interpret small visual forms, how tiny details help us make sense of information and how we can use wee things to design better graphics, interactives and experiences on the web.

Podcast: How Insurers Are Charging You More for Your Generic Drugs

Some insurers are starting to charge patients more out of pocket for generic drugs, including those that treat chronic illnesses like epilepsy and diabetes. Increased co-payments can limit options for such patients. Charles Ornstein discusses what consumers can do to avoid higher prices.

Podcast: Louisiana’s Shrinking Coastline

At the current rate of land loss, the Louisiana wetlands ecosystem that took nature 7,000 years to build may be destroyed within one generation. ProPublica's Al Shaw, Scott Klein and Steve Engelberg discuss the economic and environmental implications.

Paul Steiger Wins 2014 Zenger Award

Podcast: The Pitfalls of Drug Testing in Sports

Reporter David Epstein explains the various doping methods athletes use to increase their performance – and why drug testing always seems a step behind.

Podcast: Move America Forward’s Ties to Political Consulting Firms, PACs

Kim Barker discusses how Move America Forward, a pro-troop charity run by prominent Tea Party figures, has paid millions to firms run by men behind the group and seems to be subsidizing three conservative political action committees.
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