WMC Extends a Congratulations to Winners of 2012 Hillman Prizes for Excellence in Reporting
| April 3, 2012
The Women's Media Center would like to extend a wam congratulations to the female winners of the 2012 Hillman Prizes for Excellence in Reporting in Service of the Common Good.
The Sidney Hillman Foundation announced today the winners of the 2012 prizes, given to journalists whose work identifies important social and economic issues and helps bring about change for the better. The Hillman Foundation will present its distinguished annual journalism prizes, awarded every year since 1950, at a ceremony and reception at The TimesCenter in Manhattan on May 1st.
Heather Vogell, along with Alan Judd and John Perry, will win the Hillman Prize in Newspaper Journalism for "The Atlanta Schools Cheating Scandal" in The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Sarah Stillman will win the Hillman Prize in Magazine Journalism for "The Invisible Army" in The New Yorker.
Katie Falkenberg will win the Hillman Prize in Photojournalism for "A Lasting Toll" in Los Angeles Times
Congratulations to these impressive women producing and influencing media!