Health Care Correspondent, The Upshot, The New York Times
Margot Sanger-Katz is a domestic correspondent at The New York Times, where she covers health care for The Upshot, the Times site about politics, economics, and everyday life. She was previously a reporter at National Journal and the Concord Monitor and an editor at Legal Affairs magazine and at Yale Alumni Magazine. In 2014, she completed a Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University. Sanger-Katz’s recent work is on health policy, but her previous stories have focused on New Hampshire’s militia movement, the John McCain presidential campaign, Indiana’s fight over daylight saving time, the death penalty, and dinosaurs.