Susan Berger is a freelance journalist in Chicago and writes frequently for the Washington Post and Chicago Tribune. She was a 2019 fellow with the National Press Foundation Fellowship to study dementia and to study vaccines. She was a 2016 finalist for Spotlight Investigative Journalism Fellowship with Boston Globe. She also has written for the New York Times, Health Magazine, National Post and CBC.
She covered the 2010 trial of former Governor Rod Blagojevich and is the author of a blog about Blagojevich at http://www.blagojustice.com and provided live updates via Twitter (Msjournalist) and on WGN-radio. She covered the Conrad Black Trial in 2007 for CBC writing a column “From the Inside: A Spectator’s View of the Week’s Courtroom Happenings and also reported for CBC Radio and TV and Agence France-Presse. She is the author of a blog about Conrad Black http://www.blacksjustice.com.Ms. Berger has appeared on BBC World News in 2019 commenting on President Trump’s pardon of Conrad Black as well as CBC Radio and has also appeared on CNN http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/tv/2017/02/25/hs-seminar-racial-indoctrination.cnn.html
She has also freelanced for CBS News/The Early Show in NY and appeared on WGN-TV from the Chicago Tribune newsroom reporting on Chicago Tribune stories. She has also been a guest on WTTW-TV Chicago Tonight and WTTW-TV Week in Review.
Ms. Berger is a member of the prestigious American Society of Journalists and Authors.
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Recent AHCJ training
Health Journalism 2013