Description:

Español: Centro de Periodismo Investigativo (CPI) es una entidad sin fines de lucro creada en 2007 por la periodista Omaya Sosa Pascual, ex presidenta del Overseas Press Club, y el periodista y abogado Oscar J. Serrano, presidente de la Asociación de Periodistas de Puerto Rico, para fomentar el acceso a la información del pueblo de Puerto Rico mediante dos vías: la investigación periodística y la litigación.

English: The Center for Investigative Journalism is a nonprofit entity created in 2007 by journalist Omaya Sosa Pascual, ex-president of the Overseas Press Club, and journalist and lawyer Oscar J. Serrano, president of the Puerto Rico Journalists’ Association, to promote/advance/foster access to information for the people of Puerto Rico by means of journalistic investigation and litigation.

Begun:

2007

Website:http://cpipr.org/inicio/index.php
Office Location:Facultad de Derecho Universidad Interamericana, Oficina 306, Calle Federico Costas #170 Hato Rey, PR
Structure:

Wholly independent entity with a partnership agreement with the Interamerican University of Law

Founder:

Oscar J. Serrano and Omaya Sosa Pascual

Executive Director:

Oscar J. Serrano and Omaya Sosa Pascual

Approximate number of full-time staff:

0

Number with prior professional journalism experience:

3

Annual operating budget:

$36,000

Annual salaries posted, or accessible via 990 form:

Will be disclosed next year after 501 (c)(3) status is achieved.

Editorial/ethics policy statement:

Yes

Diversity statement:

No

IRS 990 form posted on website:

Not applicable (Puerto Rico Treasury Department tax exemption granted; IRS pending)

Major donors disclosed:

Yes

INN Member:

Yes

Awards:

Three awards from the Puerto Rico Journalists’ Association and three from the Overseas Press Club; Journalism prize form the Puerto Rico Literature Institute.

Contact:

centro@cpipr.org; ojserrano@hotmail.com; omayasosa@gmail.com



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