Reporter

Sacha Pfeiffer

A print and broadcast journalist, Sacha Pfeiffer is a member of the Boston Globe Spotlight Team, which won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for its stories on the Catholic Church’s cover-up of clergy sex abuse. That reporting is the subject of the Oscar-winning movie “Spotlight.” In more than a decade at the Globe, Pfeiffer has produced numerous investigative series and covered legal affairs, the courts, nonprofits, philanthropy, and wealth, among other topics.

Pfeiffer has also been the host of “All Things Considered” and “Radio Boston” at WBUR, Boston’s NPR station, where she won a national 2012 Edward R. Murrow Award for broadcast reporting, and a guest host of NPR’s nationally syndicated “On Point” and “Here & Now.” Pfeiffer was a 2004-5 John S. Knight journalism fellow at Stanford University and is a co-author of the book “Betrayal: The Crisis in the Catholic Church.”

Latest stories

State agency to investigate liquor license practices in Cambridge

By and , Globe Staff

State Treasurer Deb Goldberg issued a statement calling a Globe report Sunday “troubling.”

Scores of Cambridge restaurants paid six figures for a liquor license. Others got them for free

By , and , Globe Staff

For years, the Cambridge License Commission has followed an unpredictable pattern in which some restaurant and bar owners are required to pay hundreds of thousands, while others get theirs for free.

South Shore auctioneer gets 4 years in prison for real estate fraud

By , Globe Staff

Dan Flynn was sentenced for defrauding more than 90 people of as much as $21 million.

Sacha Pfeiffer | Reporter’s Notebook

‘It’s a tax rip-off’

By , Globe Staff

More than a decade after the Globe Spotlight Team’s reporting on financial abuses by private charitable foundations, has the situation improved?