Miami Herald’s Mindy Marqués Honored for Commitment to Accountability Journalism
Aminda Marqués González, B.S. Journalism 1986 and Hall of Fame 2012, publisher and executive editor of the Miami Herald and el Nuevo Herald, has been honored with the National Press Foundation’s Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year Award.
According to a Miami Herald article announcing the award: “Mindy Marqués leads a newsroom which produces exciting journalism that makes a difference in people’s lives,” NPF judges said, according to the announcement issued Friday. “Her steadfast commitment to accountability journalism brought predator Jeffrey Epstein to justice, kept a laser focus on the hurricane victims in Puerto Rico and revealed how gun violence forever changed the Parkland school community.”
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