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Carrie extensively covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina for the AP, exemplified by these three interactives.

 

Two years after the storm, she created an EPpy-award-winning interactive that clearly showed that the poor areas remained abandoned while the wealthier areas swiftly rebuilt.

 

In 2009, in the midst of the Great Recession, she explored the economic well-being of the new New Orleans.

 

For the five-year anniversary, she collaborated with AP reporters in a contentious investigation into how the Small Business Administration handled the federal disaster relief loans that were intended to help people recover and rebuild. Her award-winning reporting and analysis uncovered proof that a wide disparity existed along racial lines, even among economically similar areas.

 

Click on images to launch interactives:

(presented below in reverse chronological order)

Statistical

• Statistical Analysis

• Data Visualization

• Cartography

 

Visual

• Interactive Design

• Animation

 

Written

• Hard News

 

Interpersonal

• Editorial Direction

• Creative Leadership

 

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