Deputy editor of , covering digital security & privacy. csmpasscode.com. Former National Journal nat'l security correspondent. 0x9A199099
Sara Sorcher is the deputy editor of a forthcoming cybersecurity and technology section at the Christian Science Monitor. Previously, she was National Journal's national security correspondent. Her work at the magazine from 2013 won the National Press Club's Michael Dornheim award. Before joining the newsroom in September 2010, Sorcher worked as a freelance journalist in Israel. Her print and video packages have been featured with major outlets including ...
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Michael A. Dornheim award for defense reporting
From the judges: “Sara’s work explored defense procurement, civil applications of unmanned aerial vehicles, federal budgeting and congressional oversight. Sara combine dogged reporting and deft writing to produce stories that explained the sweeping political and economic forces affecting defense and aerospace – but also with an eye for the perfect illustrative detail.”
What was your first job as a journalist?
During college, I was an intern with ABC News 20/20 & Primetime in NYC.
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What's your favorite social network?
Twitter for news, Facebook for sharing.