An investigative reporter for The New York Times, where she has worked since 1992, Deborah has written on such issues as enemy combatants, health care for immigrants, and troubled war veterans. Before joining the investigations team in 2004, she served as a staff writer for the Sunday magazine, as the bureau chief in Jerusalem, as the city editor and as the immigration beat reporter. Previously, she spent seven years at The Miami Herald, where she was book review editor, book critic and a news feature writer. Her numerous awards include a George Polk Award for national reporting.She was also a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in 2010.
Williamsburg Collegiate Charter School student newspaper advisor: Fall 2009
The Cinema School: April 20, 2012