Ronnie Greene is an investigative journalist and author who has been Washington Enterprise Editor for Reuters since 2016. There, he edited Ambushed at Home, exposing squalid housing conditions on U.S. military bases, triggering sweeping Congressional reform. At the Center for Public Integrity, Greene edited Breathless and Burdened, a series describing how the coal industry beat miners’ claims for black lung benefits, awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting. Before CPI, Greene was an investigative reporter and investigations editor at The Miami Herald, where he edited Neglected To Death, a series exposing unpunished deaths in Florida group homes that was a Pulitzer Prize Finalist for Public Service in 2012. Greene received a master’s degree in nonfiction writing from the Johns Hopkins University and a journalism degree from VCU. He has taught graduate writing at Johns Hopkins and the University of Miami and is author of two books of nonfiction. His most recent book, Shots on the Bridge, received the 2016 Investigative Reporters and Editors Book Award. His journalism has also earned an Emmy Award and the Harvard Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting. He is now at work on his third book of nonfiction, entitled Heart of Atlanta.