Andrew Ba Tran is a data reporter for The Washington Post’s rapid response investigative team. He previously was a data editor at The Connecticut Mirror’s TrendCT.org, a nonprofit news site that helped the public find and understand data and its potential impact on the community. Prior to that, Andrew was a data producer at The Boston Globe and he’s also worked in newsrooms at The Virginian-Pilot and the Sun-Sentinel. He has contributed to investigative projects and breaking news coverage that were awarded the Pulitzer Prize.
He’s a Metpro Fellow, a Chips Quinn Scholar, and a graduate of the University of Texas. Andrew has taught data journalism as a Koeppel Fellow at Wesleyan University and at American University. He’s from Dallas, Texas.