A Dallas Morning Information enterprise author has earned first-place honors in a prestigious nationwide enterprise journalism awards competitors.
Natalie Walters’ 2020 story in regards to the pandemic’s toll on 5 main nonprofit organizations was acknowledged within the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing annual competitors. She wrote the story, titled “‘It’s as if Hurricane Katrina hit each metropolis across the U.S.’: How COVID is impacting 5 of the biggest nonprofits,” whereas interning at The Information final summer time.
She received SABEW’s award for pupil journalism for skilled media shops.
Walters has since joined The Information’ workers full-time to report on the area’s rising monetary providers sector and different money-related subjects.
She has 5 years of reporting expertise in New York at monetary information websites Enterprise Insider, The Avenue and Motley Idiot, and final yr accomplished a grasp’s diploma in investigative journalism at Arizona State College’s Cronkite Faculty.
The Information and its writers have captured first-place awards within the best-in-business contest in 4 of the final 5 years. Workers author Dom DiFurio and two former staffers received the breaking news class in 2019 and The Information workers received for general excellence in 2018. The Information additionally introduced dwelling a first-place award in 2016.