Anna Flagg is a data reporter for The Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization focused on the American criminal justice system. Anna uses data to find and tell stories that are important to the public interest. In addition to The Marshall Project, her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, ProPublica, Al Jazeera, Fusion and OpenSecrets.org. Her areas of special interest are criminal justice, immigration, campaign finance, surveillance and the environment. She has spoken at various data conferences and events including NICAR, Visualized, TEI and Haptics Symposium, won awards for visual journalism including the Information is Beautiful awards, and co-taught a course on multimedia journalism for the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.