Emily Corwin is an investigative journalist who specializes in audio storytelling. She was a 2021 Nieman Fellow at Harvard, where she developed an investigation published by ProPublica exposing how a tax credit that was meant to help marginalized workers get permanent jobs instead benefited temp agencies. Emily was previously an investigative reporter and editor at Vermont Public Radio, where she edited and managed the award-winning podcast JOLTED, which examined the details and legal fallout from an averted school shooting. Emily got her start at New Hampshire Public Radio, where she covered the economy and the criminal legal system. Her work has been featured on NPR and Marketplace, and has received national and regional awards. She lives with her wife and dog in Burlington, Vermont.