Gordon Witkin is a managing is managing editor at the Center for Public Integrity.
Gordon Witkin joined the Center in September 2008 following a long career at U.S. News & World Report and a shorter stint at Congressional Quarterly. At U.S. News, Witkin served as a regional correspondent in Detroit and as bureau chief in Denver, before coming to Washington in 1987. He covered criminal justice for 11 years, before joining the management ranks as chief of correspondents in 1998. Starting in January 2003, he served four and a half years as the news magazine’s national affairs editor. More recently, Witkin spent a year as social policy editor at Congressional Quarterly, supervising coverage of health care, legal affairs, education, immigration, housing, and labor. He began his career at The Indianapolis Star, and has been a freelance contributor to Planning magazine and Tennis magazine. Witkin’s work has been honored by the American Bar Association and the National Press Club.
Recent Posts by Gordon Witkin
- April 14, 2011 by Joseph Shapiro, Robert Benincasa, Susanne Reber, Kristen Lombardi, Kristin Jones, David Donald, Gordon Witkin
This series combined far-reaching investigative reporting with powerful personal stories to expose a pattern in which college students found responsible for sexual assaults face little punishment, while their victims receive little help. Originally aired on NPR in February and March, 2010.
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