Reuters hires Levy to cover corporate governance

Rachael Levy

Reuters corporate finance and ESG editor Greg Roumeliotis despatched out the following on Tuesday:

I am delighted to announce that Rachael Levy has joined Reuters as corporate governance correspondent, reporting on boards and the internal workings of organizations. A prolific scoopster and award-successful investigative journalist, Rachael provides a wealth of organization reporting working experience and sharp acumen to this vital defeat.

Rachael joins us from Politico, exactly where she reported on healthcare coverage. Her agenda-environment protection this yr of the difficulties going through U.S. hospitals in their managing of the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the Centers for Ailment Regulate and Prevention to update its steerage on the putting on of N95 masks and the clinic regulator to find out protection problems from sufferers.

Prior to becoming a member of Politico previous 12 months, Rachael labored at the Wall Street Journal, wherever she most just lately protected the domestic terrorism conquer. There she created various impactful tales, such as on the intelligence failures driving the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and the questioning of the San Jose shooter by law enforcement prior to him killing nine men and women. Her string of exclusives on the Trump administration’s sick-fated $765 million deal with Eastman Kodak gained her and her colleagues a Culture of Qualified Journalists Dateline Award in 2021. Rachael is well versed in reporting on Wall Street’s big personalities, having productively coated hedge cash equally at the Wall Avenue Journal and Company Insider.

In her spare time, Rachael can be found outside enjoying soccer, climbing with her spouse, and sprucing up her patio backyard garden.

Rachael will be based mostly in Washington D.C. and report to me. Please join me in welcoming Rachael to Reuters.