Mosi Secret


Metropolitan Reporter,  The New York Times

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Mosi Secret has worked as a reporter on the metropolitan desk of The New York Times for nearly five years, covering crime, social services, courts and most recently, sin in New York City. He was previously a reporter at ProPublica, working on investigative projects in the area of criminal justice, and is a proud product of alternative newsweeklies, having worked at The Independent in Durham, N.C. and the Houston Press. His work has won several awards, including the Deadline Club Award for beat reporting, the Society of Silurians Award for feature writing, the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism covering children and families and North Carolina Press Association Awards for investigative reporting and feature writing. Secret is a native of Atlanta and graduate of Harvard College.