Welcome to the homepage of Hannah Dreier, national reporter at The Washington Post.
Dreier previously worked for ProPublica and spent 2018 writing about about immigrants on Long Island whose lives were shattered by a botched crackdown on the gang MS-13. Her series won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for feature writing.
She was Venezuela correspondent for The Associated Press from 2014-2017. This interactive gives a sense of what her day-to-day life was like in Caracas.
Dreier graduated from Wesleyan University in Connecticut, and spent the first years of her career in daily newspapers.
Daily musings: Twitter.com/hannahdreier
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