Lynn Arditi is an award-winning health reporter for The Public’s Radio whose stories have been featured on National Public Radio and in The Boston Globe. Her investigative series, A 911 Emergency, co-published with ProPublica, was a 2020 Scripps Howard Award winner in the radio/podcast division. Prior to joining Rhode Island’s NPR affiliate in 2017, she was a staff reporter for The Providence Journal, where she wrote about campus sexual assaults, prostitution, housing foreclosures and the opioid epidemic. Her reporting has been recognized by the Society of American Business Editors & Writers and the New England Associated Press News Executives Association. A native of New York City, she graduated from Oberlin College with a degree in government and has worked as a staff writer for The Center for Investigative Reporting in Washington, D.C. and as a reporter for the former Holyoke Transcript-Telegram in Massachusetts.