Sarah Harkins

University of Missouri

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Sarah Harkins is a 2014 White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) scholar, and the recipient of a $2500 grant to study in Washington D.C.

Sarah is a Master’s Degree candidate in journalism. She has a blog on campus and special interest in investigative and convergence reporting. She co-produced video for the American Society of News Editors’ 2013 convention in Washington, D.C. She has experience as a convergence reporter with KOMU 8 News, KBIA 92.1 FM and Sarah is a multimedia reporter who has blogged about her learning experiences on Sarah attended the University of Oklahoma majoring in psychology. She is currently the computer-assisted fellow at Sunlight Foundation, a non-profit organization that advocates transparency in government. Sarah analyzes campaign finance data on PAC contributions to candidates. The emphasis she places on research and careful investigation is evident in Sarah’s clear, concise writing.

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