| David Heath|
| Grinnell College|
| Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting|
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David Heath (journalist) Wikipedia
David Heath (born 1959) is an American journalist, and Senior Reporter at The Center for Public Integrity. He won the 2002 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, with Duff Wilson, the 2001 George Polk Award, and 2002 Gerald Loeb Award.
He graduated from Grinnell College, in 1981.
He was a reporter at the Enid, Oklahoma News & Eagle, and the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel.
He was a reporter for the Louisville Courier-Journal.
He was an investigative reporter for The Seattle Times.
In 2002, he was visiting writer at Grinnell College.
He was a 2006 Harvard Nieman Fellow.
He is married.