Nicole Dungca is a reporter in The Washington Post‘s investigative unit. Before The Post, she was part of the Boston Globe‘s Spotlight team, where she delved into topics such as racism in Boston, secret criminal hearings in Massachusetts, the state’s burgeoning cannabis industry and transportation. Dungca has also covered education at The Oregonian, and written for The Times-Picayune and Providence Journal.
Articles, Publications, and Appearances
On the front lines of the pandemic, grocery workers are in the dark about risks (Washington Post, May 24, 2020)
Boom-and-bust federal funding after 9/11 undercut hospitals’ preparedness for pandemics (Washington Post, May 2, 2020)
As Trump declared coronavirus under control, local leaders faced confusion and chaos as cases piled up (Washington Post, March 29, 2020)