Monday, October 3, 2022

Anjali Tsui and Alice Wilder

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Anjali Tsui is a Lorana Sullivan Senior Business Reporting Fellow at ProPublica. She covers business and consumer finance. Prior to ProPublica, Anjali worked as a reporter for Frontline PBS, producing investigative stories in print, radio and television. In 2018, she co-produced “Separated: Children at the Border,” which was honored with a Peabody Award and served as a field producer for “The Gang Crackdown,” a documentary that was cited as part of FRONTLINE's duPont Gold Baton, the award's highest honor. As a reporting fellow with the Global Migration Program at Columbia University, Tsui worked with a team led by New Yorker writer Sarah Stillman to unearth dozens of cases where immigrants were deported to death or irreparable harm. Tsui began her career covering news in Asia as a producer for CNN International in Hong Kong. Her work has also appeared in The Miami Herald, The Guardian and The Philadelphia Daily News. She graduated with honors from Columbia Graduate School for Journalism's Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism. She holds a degree in English from the University of Pennsylvania. Alice Wilder is a contributor on WNYC.

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