Global investigative reporter @Reuters. Previously worked at Wall Street Journal, Philadelphia Inquirer.

Pulitzer Prize

2007 - Public Service
Stecklow shared the Pulitzer Prize for public service with three Wall Street Journal colleagues for a series of stories on backdated stock options. The stories won several other awards, including the $25,000 Ursula and Gilbert Farfel prize for investigative reporting from the Scripps Howard Foundation.

Pulitzer Prize

2003 - Finalist -- International Reporting
Stecklow and a Journal colleague, Alix Freedman, were finalists for a Pulitzer Prize for international reporting for a series on corruption in the United Nations oil-for-food program. The stories also won a prize from the United Nations Correspondents Association.