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Emily Corwin was a Nieman fellow at Harvard University with the class of 2021. In August 2022, she published an investigation with ProPublica exposing how a tax credit that was meant to help marginalized workers get permanent jobs instead gives hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies to temp agencies. It was funded in part through an Abrams fellowship from the Nieman Foundation, and was recognized with a special citation by IRE's 2022 Philip Meyer Awards judges.
Emily previously worked as an investigative reporter for Vermont Public Radio and as a staff reporter for New Hampshire Public Radio. In 2019, Emily was part of a two-newsroom team which revealed the deadly consequences of inadequate care at Vermont's eldercare facilities. The series, "Worse for Care," won a national Edward R. Murrow award for investigative reporting, and was a finalist for a 2019 IRE Award. Her work managing and editing VPR's podcast JOLTED, about an averted school shooting, and reporting NHPR's podcast Supervision, about one man's transition home from prison, made her a finalist for a Livingston Award in 2019 and 2020. While at VPR, she contributed regularly to the station's "people-powered" podcast Brave Little State. She lives with her wife and dog in Burlington, Vermont.

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