Mark Greenblatt is the senior national investigative correspondent for the Scripps Washington Bureau. He is a 3-time Peabody award-winner, the recipient of the IRE Medal, multiple national Edward R. Murrow awards, the Livingston Award, the dupont-Columbia Award, a national Emmy for investigative reporting and is a two-time finalist for Harvard’s Goldsmith Prize for investigative reporting.
Greenblatt’s recent reports exposed dangerous failures in the Pentagon’s sex offender reporting practices that put civilians at risk and led directly to Congress and President Obama closing the loophole. Greenblatt has researched a broad range of topics ranging from safety hazards for children to discovering previously unknown risks to communities from some types of drinking water contamination. He previously worked at ABC News and KHOU-TV (CBS Houston).