The Marshall Project, the Pulitzer-winning nonprofit media group masking legal justice, has simply introduced the hiring of Dave Mann as a Senior Editor.
Mann joins The Marshall Project from APM Reports in St. Paul, Minnesota, the place he served as a senior editor and led groups of reporters on investigative tasks, digital storytelling and audio reporting for American Public Media’s investigative reporting unit. He will be part of The Marshall Project on April 10.
Mann will work intently with fellow senior editors Manuel Torres and Leslie Eaton to assist The Marshall Project produce extra of its signature investigations into police, courts and prisons. Mann will even assist the newsroom broaden its capability to tackle freelance tasks.
“Dave has a terrific monitor report of manufacturing hard-hitting however immersive journalism in a wide range of codecs,” mentioned Susan Chira, editor-in-chief of The Marshall Project. “Our hiring committee was deeply impressed by the deftness of his enhancing, the considerate means he evaluates tasks, his expert means with knowledge and his historical past of collaborations.”
In his time at APM, Mann served as an editor on the award-winning “In the Dark” podcast. The present’s second season gained a 2018 George Polk Award, a 2019 Peabody Award, and a 2020 duPont-Columbia Award. Some of the tasks Mann helped produce led to voting reforms in Georgia, ended discriminatory water shutoffs in Chicago, and helped free a person who had been wrongfully imprisoned from Mississippi’s demise row. He additionally helped lead investigations into police departments in St. Louis and Nashville.
As options director at Texas Monthly, Mann oversaw enhancing and manufacturing of the journal’s narrative options for its print and digital variations, managed editors and freelance writers, and solid partnerships with different media retailers. Mann additionally beforehand served because the editor-in-chief of the Texas Observer, the place he edited three tales that have been National Magazine Award finalists.
Mann relies in St. Paul, Minnesota, the place he lives together with his associate and two daughters.
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