NPF Picks 20 Journalists for Public and Private Pensions Training

The National Press Foundation introduces 20 journalists selected for a December 2-5 training on pensions.

Over four days, journalists will learn about the state of public and private pensions; pension investment and transparency; workforce and retirement issues; pension modernization and reforms; pension management and debt; and the impact of pension issues on retirees.

The journalists are:

Rodney Brooks | Freelance, U.S. News & World Report

Ken Dixon | Hearst Connecticut Media Group

Christine Ferretti | The Detroit News

Dawn Giel | CNBC

Christine Giordano | Chief Investment Officer

Craig Harris | The Arizona Republic,

Dave Jamieson | HuffPost

Sam Karlin | The Advocate (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

Bradley Keoun | TheStreet

Greg LaRose |, The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Alessandra Malito | MarketWatch

Gail MarksJarvis | Reuters

Geoff Mulvihill | The Associated Press

Mike Reicher | The Tennessean (Nashville)

Tom Scheck | APM Reports

Kate Schott | The State Journal-Register (Springfield, Illinois)

Sarah Skidmore Sell | The Associated Press

Anna Staver | The Denver Post

Susan Tompor | Detroit Free Press

Luis J. Valentín Ortiz | Center for Investigative Journalism


Support for this program is provided by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and the National Public Pension Coalition.


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