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Marsha McLeod is a reporter with the Globe's Ottawa bureau. She's largely reported on inequality, health care, and criminal legal systems – writing features for a variety of outlets, from Xtra Magazine to The Atlantic, as well as smaller outlets like Investigative Post, a non-profit newsroom in Buffalo, and The Trace, a New York-based newsroom that covers guns and gun violence. Marsha was an investigative fellow at the Globe from 2019-2020, where she largely covered jail and prison conditions. She studied investigative reporting at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, graduating with honors in May 2018.


M.S., Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism

B.A., University of Toronto, Peace, Conflict, & Justice Studies, Visual Studies

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