Scott Dodd is an award-winning journalist who has spent more than two decades covering everything from small-town politics to international climate negotiations for newspapers, magazines, and digital media. His stories helped free an innocent man from death row, send a corrupt politician to jail, and earn a Pulitzer Prize for public service. As a freelance writer, he has contributed science, health, and environmental stories to publications ranging from Scientific American to Slate. As an editor, he has led innovative nonprofit newsrooms that reach millions of monthly readers. Currently he sits on the boards of both the Society of Environmental Journalists and the Columbia Journalism School Alumni Association and often serves as a judge for the National Magazine Awards.