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Home > News and Media Center > Anna Quindlen Award Information > Previous Recipients

 
 

Previous Recipients of the Anna Quindlen Award for Excellence in Journalism in Behalf of Children and Families

Broadcast:

  • Carolyn Mungo - KHOU-TV - Houston, Texas
  • Karen Grau - Calamari Productions - Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Kelly Hatmaker and Jerry Revish - WBNS TV - Columbus, Ohio
  • Melissa Russo - WNBC TV - New York, New York
  • Melissa Cornick - ABC News 20/20 - New York, New York
  • Elizabeth Brock and Kathryn Hunt - KCTS TV - Seattle, Washington
  • Pam Curry - WFAA-TV - Dallas, Texas

Print:

  • Eric Frazier and Heather Vogell - The Charlotte Observer - Charlotte, South Carolina
  • Barbara Walsh - Portland Press Herald & Sunday Telegram - Portland, Maine
  • Mareva Brown - Sacramento Bee - Sacramento, California
  • Lauren Terrazzano - Newsday - Melville, New York
  • Sally Kestin - Sun-Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Ruben Rosario - Pioneer Press - St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Katrina Bland - The Arizona Republic - Phoenix, Arizona
  • Jack Kresnak - Detroit Free Press - Detroit, Michigan



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