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Center For Public Integrity Hires Two From Natl Journal

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  • Damian J. Anderson
    http://undertheinfluence.nationaljournal.com/2010/06/center-for-public-integrity-hi.php Thursday, June 3, 2010 3:35 PM Center For Public Integrity Hires Two
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 4, 2010

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      Thursday, June 3, 2010 3:35 PM

      Center For Public Integrity Hires Two From Natl Journal

      By Bara Vaida

      The Center for Public Integrity announced a substantial expansion of its staff including the hiring of two from National Journal -- Staff Correspondent Peter Stone and managing editor Randy Barrett.

      Stone has been a long-time reporter for National Journal, where he covered lobbying and campaign finance issues. He also authored the book "Casino Jack and the United States of Money: Superlobbyist Jack Abramoff and the Buying of Washington." He will lead the Center's money and politics team.

      Barrett becomes the Center's new director of communications. At National Journal, Barrett was most recently editor of the lobbying and law coverage. Previously he was a reporter and editor for Ziff Davis Media.

      Other hires include John Solomon, who is the organization's first journalist in residence. Most recently, Solomon was executive editor of the Washington Times. Before that he was an investigative reporter for the Washington Post and the Associated Press. Reporters Mike Hudson and Ben Hallman are joining the Center's business and finance team. Hudson previously worked for the Wall Street Journal and the Roanoke Times. Hallman comes from the American Lawyer.

      Nadi Penjarla is joining as director of the Ujima Project, a computer-assisted reporting effort under the Center's International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Ujima is creating web portals and data hubs for international journalists. Also joining the group is Sandoval Palos, a new project manager. Most recently he was the assistant city editor at the Sacramento Bee.

      Armando Zumaya is the new development officer, after working on campaigns to raise money for Cornell University and the University of California, Berkley. Robin Heller is the center's new director of foundations. She hails from the non-profit community, including work for organizations such as Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

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