Jennifer Gollan is a reporter, currently working for The Center for Investigative Reporting's Reveal, where she covers labor issues, including worker safety and corporate malfeasance.
Gollan won a national Emmy Award for her investigation “Deadly Oil Fields,” showing how major energy companies dodge accountability for workers’ deaths.
Previously, Gollan covered corruption, fraud and waste in state and federal government, including as a reporter for the South Florida Sun Sentinel and The Bay Citizen. She began her reporting career at The Los Angeles Times.
Gollan received her master’s degree from University of Southern California.