Ann Marie Lipinski

  • Curator
  • Nieman Foundation for Journalism

Lipinski is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who runs the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, including the Nieman Lab, Nieman Reports, Nieman Storyboard, and the nation's longest-standing fellowship for journalists. She is the former editor and senior vice president of the Chicago Tribune where she earned a Pulitzer for investigating corruption in the Chicago City Council and oversaw work that was awarded Pulitzers in international reporting, feature writing, criticism, explanatory reporting, editorial writing and investigations. During her editorship, the paper launched a multi-year examination of criminal justice that helped bring about the death penalty moratorium in Illinois. She has been vice president for civic engagement and senior lecturer at the University of Chicago. She served on the Pulitzer Board for three terms, her last year as co-chair.