Susanne Reber is NPR's Deputy Managing Editor of Investigations.
Prior to joining NPR, she led the investigative unit at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Under Susanne's leadership, the CBC's investigative team earned top prizes, including the 2008 Michener, and awards from the Online News Association, the Radio and Television News Directors Association and Investigative Reporters and Editors. Reber has also done extensive work as an investigative field reporter, covering stories in Czechoslovakia, Johannesburg and Saskatchewan.
Recent Posts by Susanne Reber
Native Foster Care: Lost Children, Shattered FamiliesMarch 29, 2012 by Amy Walters, Laura Sullivan, Susanne Reber
This three-part investigation found nearly 700 Native American children in South Dakota are removed from their homes every year, sometimes under questionable circumstances. Originally broadcast on National Public Radio in October, 2011.
Brain Wars: How the Military is Failing its WoundedApril 15, 2011 by T. Christian Miller, Daniel Zwerdling, Susanne Reber, Robin Fields
This comprehensive multimedia investigation delves into the ramifications of the signature wound of today’s wars: traumatic brain injury (TBI). Originally published by ProPublica and NPR in 2010.
Seeking Justice for Campus RapesApril 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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