Emily Corwin, reporter and host

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Emily Corwin spent five years at New Hampshire Public Radio where she reported on bail policies, the parole system, and racial disparities in the state’s criminal justice system. In September 2017, Emily took a job as an investigative reporter and editor at Vermont Public Radio, where she has investigated water contamination and mental health services for children, among other things.

In 2018, Emily managed and edited JOLTED, a podcast about what happens when a young man plans a school shooting, but gets caught before he hurts anyone.  

 
 

Jack Rodolico, senior producer

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Jack has spent his career in public radio and podcasting producing narrative-driven investigative journalism that delivers an emotional impact. He is the recipient of more than a dozen local and national awards, including a National Edward R. Murrow Award and finalist nods from the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Dart Award for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma.

Jack was the lead reporter on “A Mountain of Misconduct” and “Heroin Diaries”, both collaborations with Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting. He was senior reporter on “Last Seen”, a podcast from WBUR and The Boston Globe about the greatest art heist in history. He has covered opioid addiction for National Public Radio and he reported and produced “Monumental Dilemma” for 99% Invisible, a story about the racist origins of the oldest monument dedicated to a woman in the United States.