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Zack Kopplin is an Investigator and Outreach Associate for the Government Accountability Project, focusing on the Deep South. He’s based out of New Orleans, Louisiana.
He has worked as a freelance investigative reporter and an advocate on science and education policy issues, opposing science denial legislation. Zack’s other previous investigations have included revealing police and judicial misconduct, uncovering the U.S. State Department covering up abuse of guest workers, and exposing corrupt politicians. He’s won several awards, including the Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Award. He’s also written for and been profiled by national news outlets and has appeared on news shows, including on MSNBC and HBO. Zack graduated from Rice University.