Marjie Lundstrom is a deputy editor who works with reporters covering health, children and youth, and the state Capitol. She has been a senior editor, investigative reporter, national correspondent and columnist at multiple outlets, including The Denver Post, The Sacramento Bee and, most recently, FairWarning in Southern California. In 1991, she and colleague Rochelle Sharpe of Gannett News Service were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for stories revealing flawed death investigations of children. The former writing coach for McClatchy, she also was a visiting faculty member at the Poynter Institute in Florida, teaching journalism ethics and news writing. She was honored in 2008 by the California Newspaper Publishers Association for her “lifelong commitment to the public’s right to know.