Juliet Linderman is a member of The Associated Press' investigative team. Her work focuses on supply chains and social issues.
Prior to joining the Investigative Team, Linderman worked as part of AP’s Washington bureau, writing about the federal safety net, race and gender discrimination, and social justice.
She spent three years as AP’s Baltimore correspondent, where she focused on law enforcement and policing. Before that, she covered federal courts and three swampy parishes outside New Orleans for The Times-Picayune.
Her work has been recognized with several awards, including honors from the Society of Professional Journalists and Investigative Reporters and Editors, among others, and she was a recipient of an International Women’s Media Foundation grant to write about survivors of priest abuse.
Linderman holds a bachelor's from New York University.