Paul D’Ambrosio is a senior editor, working with editors and reporters to produce investigations with Marshall Project local news teams. He spent the majority of his career at the Asbury Park Press, where he worked as a reporter, investigations editor and executive editor, and oversaw impactful investigative journalism on criminal justice and marginalized communities. In that time, he produced and oversaw several award-winning projects, including “Profiting for Public Service,” which uncovered widespread corruption in the New Jersey legislature. Paul has led teams that have changed state laws and been honored with multiple national awards, including the Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting, The Farfel Prize and three Murrow awards. His team was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. D’Ambrosio also created DataUniverse.com, a subscriber-only database kept by the Asbury Park Press, where users can search millions of government documents.