Sudeep Reddy is a staff reporter at The Wall Street Journal, where he covers the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve.
He joined The Journal in spring 2007 after six years at The Dallas Morning News. At The News, he was a Washington correspondent covering the intersection of business and politics, the energy writer in Dallas and a reporter covering technology in Richardson, a suburb of Dallas. He also reported for the Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, N.Y.
Sudeep received awards from the Associated Press Managing Editors for best business reporting and best deadline writing in Texas for stories related to Hurricane Katrina. He won the National Press Foundation's Thomas L. Stokes Award for Best Energy Writing for coverage of a kickback scandal inside Texas' electricity grid operator that led to indictments of several top officials. He also received the national print media award from the National Association of Consumer Advocates for stories about credit scoring.
Sudeep was born in Michigan and raised in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He received a degree in biomedical ethics and history from Brown University, where he was an editor of The Brown Daily Herald. He is a member and past board secretary of the South Asian Journalists Association and a member of the Asian American Journalists Association.