Emily Previti is WITF's reporter for Keystone Crossroads, a statewide public media collaboration focused on issues facing Pennsylvania's cities.
Emily previously covered municipal dysfunction and state interventions as a city hall reporter in Harrisburg for the Patriot-News/PennLive, and in Atlantic City for The Press of Atlantic City.
She twice won the New Jersey Press Association's Art Weissman award for public service journalism for two watchdog projects. Before going to work for The Press, Emily covered suburban Chicago for Northwest Newsgroup.
She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania. As an undergraduate, she worked for WXPN-FM's Morning Show and Kids Corner programs.
Her "off" hours are spent running, swimming, reading and seeking laughter and good music.
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