Meet the Team
Senior National Investigative Correspondent
Mark Greenblatt is the senior national investigative correspondent for the Scripps Washington Bureau. His video, text and radio reports have earned three Peabody awards, the duPont-Columbia Award, the I.R.E. Medal, the Livingston Award, multiple national Edward R. Murrow Awards, and the national Emmy for investigative reporting. The reports have led to changes in laws at all levels of government, along with wholesale reforms of institutions. His investigative pieces for Scripps prompted Congress to close the military sex offender registration loophole and led to the felony indictment of a Veterans Administration hospital chief of staff, among other reforms. He regularly uses databases to unpack systemic flaws and issues of injustice. Mark volunteers as the treasurer for the D.C.- based Fund For Investigative Journalism and lives in Alexandria, Va., with his wife and daughter, where he roots for the Red Sox and brews his own beer.