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Minhee Cho

Director of Public Relations

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Minhee Cho is ProPublica’s director of public relations. Since joining the staff in 2011 as ProPublica’s first communications manager, she has helped drive the strategic promotion of our investigations through key partnerships, media appearances, newsletters and events.

Within her first year at ProPublica, Minhee helped conceptualize and launch our inaugural public event, “Longform Storytelling in a Short-Attention Span World,” featuring This American Lifeâs Ira Glass and The New Yorkerâs David Remnick. She also coordinated ProPublicaâs largest reporting partnership to date for our Dollars for Docs series, with over 30 news outlets simultaneously publishing localized stories based off of our reporting.

When she’s not handling external communications and media relations for ProPublica, Minhee serves as a volunteer coordinator for The Relief Bus, a nonprofit geared towards helping the growing homeless population in the greater New York City area.

Reporting Lessons From the Front Lines

ProPublica Named Finalist for Three ONA Awards

We Go Behind the Scenes on Surgeon Scorecard

A Soldier on the Mob Beat

Three ProPublica Finalists Named in NABJ Awards

Losing Ground Wins 2015 Edward R. Murrow Award

Inside an HIV Epidemic

Three ProPublica Finalists in 2015 Gerald Loeb Awards

Reporters Jesse Eisinger, T. Christian Miller and Paul Kiel are among those honored for their distinguished business and financial reporting.

'Firestone and the Warlord' Wins RFK Journalism Award

The joint project with PBS Frontline was honored in the new media category.

'Segregation Now' Wins Sigma Delta Chi Award

The award, run by the Society of Professional Journalists, has honored exceptional contributions to journalism since 1932.

Nikole Hannah-Jones Named NABJ's Journalist of the Year

The judges lauded her series, Segregation Now, as "powerful work exploring the fight for all Americans, especially people of color, to achieve the 'American Dream.'"

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