Ronnie Greene

Center for Public Integrity

Ronnie Greene joined the Center for Public Integrity in 2011 after serving as investigations and government editor for the Miami Herald. He is the author of Night Fire: Big Oil, Poison Air, And Margie Richard's Fight To Save Her Town.

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Ronnie Greene joined the Center for Public Integrity in 2011 after serving as investigations and government editor for the Miami Herald. He has investigated contracts and connections at the Department of Energy, and was part of the reporting team for Poisoned Places—projects honored by Harvard University, Columbia University, Sigma Delta Chi, and the Gerald Loeb Awards. At the Herald, Greene was lead editor for Neglected To Death, an investigation exposing unpunished deaths in Florida group homes, honored as a Pulitzer Prize finalist for public service. As an investigative reporter, he exposed slave-like conditions in Florida's farm fields and deadly air cargo plane crashes. He is the author of Night Fire: Big Oil, Poison Air, And Margie Richard's Fight To Save Her Town.