Description:

The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting is a nonprofit leader in supporting independent international journalism, working in collaboration with journalists, news media outlets and educational institutions to engage the broadest possible public in systemic global issues. The Center sponsors more than 50 reporting projects a year and works with a rapidly expanding network of schools and universities, in the United States and beyond, to extend the reach of its journalism.

Begun:

2006

Website:http://www.pulitzercenter.org/
Office Location:1779 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Suite #615 Washington, DC
Structure:

501(c)(3) organization

Founder:

Jon Sawyer

Executive Director:

Jon Sawyer

Approximate number of full-time staff:

9

Number with prior professional journalism experience:

5

Annual operating budget:

$1.7 million

Annual salaries posted, or accessible via 990 form:

Yes

Editorial/ethics policy statement:

Yes

Diversity statement:

Yes

IRS 990 form posted on website:

No

Major donors disclosed:

Yes

INN Member:

Yes

Awards:

The Center won the 2009 Emmy Award for new approaches in news and documentaries, the 2009 Award for Excellence in Online Journalism from the National Press Foundation, the 2008 Goldman Sachs Foundation Award from the Asia Society for best use of technology in international education and a People’s Choice Award in the 2009 Webbys. Journalism projects commissioned by the Center have won the Investigative Reporters and Editors Gold Medal, the National Journal/Michael Kelly Award for Investigative Reporting, the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Investigative Reporting, the Edward R. Murrow Award for radio reporting and the Robert F. Kennedy Award for best international reporting on television on human rights; "Sun Come Up," a Pulitzer Center supported documentary was nominated for a Short Subject Academy Award.

Contact:

202-332-0982



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