Investigative reporter Mc Nelly Torres has joined the Center for Public Integrity as an editor.
In her new position, she’ll play a critical leadership role in the center’s journalism coverage of inequality and engaging diverse communities across the country.
Torres was most recently a freelance journalist, reporting and editing and training reporters and editors on data journalism and investigative reporting.
She previously reported for NBC 6 in Miami and has also worked for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the San Antonio Express-News.
Torres is a co-founder and former associate director of the award-winning Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, which has collaborated with newsrooms including Public Integrity, NPR and other non-profit media outlets.