Alison Kodjak

Health Policy Correspondent, NPR

Alison Kodjak is the health policy correspondent at NPR. She was previously managing editor at the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit investigative newsroom, where she led a team of journalists who covered money in politics and finance. Earlier, Kodjak spent a decade with Bloomberg News, covering the auto industry, economics, and finance. As part of Bloomberg’s investigative team, she wrote about the financial crisis, General Motors’ bankruptcy, and the BP oil spill. Kodjak is the co-author of In Too Deep: BP and the Drilling Race that Took it Down and vice president of the National Press Club. Her work has been recognized with three George Polk Awards, among other honors.

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