Garance Burke is a global investigative journalist with The Associated Press, where her accountability reporting at the intersection of government, immigration, and technology has sparked federal investigations, congressional hearings, and Cabinet-level resignations.
Based in San Francisco, Burke’s current reporting is aimed at bringing more transparency to the power and impact technology has on our communities. Her journalism has been honored as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting, a winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award and a National News & Documentary Emmy Award for a collaborative FRONTLINE/PBS documentary about the detention of migrant children, among other accolades.
She was a 2020 John S. Knight Journalism and Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Institute Fellow at Stanford University, where she researched the role algorithms play in government decision-making. Previously, she was a staff reporter/researcher for The Washington Post in Mexico City. She got her start working for the Mexican daily financial paper El Financiero.