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Chicago Sun-Times biz editor Hudson chosen for ProPublica training

May 21, 2024

Posted by Chris Roush

Subrina Hudson
Subrina Hudson

Chicago Sun-Times business editor Subrina Hudson has been selected as a participant in ProPublica’s investigative editor training program.

Participants will undergo a five-day intensive editing boot camp in New York, with courses and panel discussions led by ProPublica’s senior editors. After the boot camp, participants will gather virtually every two months for continuing development seminars and be assigned a ProPublica senior editor as a mentor for advice on their work and careers.

Hudson she manages a team under the newly created Money desk that helps readers understand how business impacts their daily lives. Previously, she was the business editor at the Las Vegas Review-Journal after serving as the assistant business editor. She joined the Review-Journal as a retail reporter and expanded her coverage to include real estate and unemployment.

She has also been a reporter at the Orange County Business Journal, The Real Deal and the Los Angeles Business Journal.

She holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s in journalism from Boston University.

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