A Discussion with Pulitzer winning journalist, Mark Schoofs.
About Mark Schoofs
Mark Schoofs is a senior editor at ProPublica, the nonprofit investigative reporting powerhouse. Previously, he worked for 11 years at The Wall Street Journal, ultimately as an investigative reporter for Page One. Over the past 25 years, one of his constant interests has been reporting on the global AIDS epidemic. In 2000, while working for The Village Voice, he won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for a series on AIDS in Africa. He has reported from more than 25 countries, mainly in Africa and the former Soviet bloc. He graduated from Yale in 1985.