Todd Wallack

Todd Wallack is an investigative reporter and data journalist on the Globe’s Spotlight team. He won national awards for his work on public records in 2016 and has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize three times.

Prior to joining the Globe in 2007, he worked for the San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Herald, and other publications. He graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Latest stories

Employee theft ‘shockingly common’ at nonprofits

By , Globe staff

Some 1,100 tax-exempt organizations nationwide have reported theft, embezzlement, or other diversions of assets over the past seven years.

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11 takeaways from this month’s Spotlight series on race in Boston

By , Globe Staff

The Spotlight Team recently took on one of the hardest questions facing this city: Does Boston deserve its racist reputation?

Plymouth DA spent millions on private lawyers when attorney general would have handled case for free

By , Globe Staff

Instead of using government attorneys, the Plymouth DA decided to hire Mintz Levin to handle the case of a former prosecutor who claimed he was wrongfully fired.

Mug shots, arrest reports of officials are public in Massachusetts, judge says

By and , Globe Staff

The Globe filed suit in 2015 for access to certain police records, including those involving public officials who had been accused of a crime, and a Suffolk Superior Court judge said Friday that law enforcement agencies must provide those reports.