Jacqueline Charles: Haiti is her beat
NABJ Journalist of the Year covers deaths, disasters and deportations.
Jacqueline Charles, Caribbean and Haiti correspondent for the Miami Herald, has developed a reputation for always being on top of the big stories in Haiti over the past twenty years.
Over the last year, Charles distinguished herself by being able to enter the country after the killing of the Haiti president, Jovenel Moïse, July 7, 2021. In her coverage, she has worked on investigations since then about what happened. Charles has over 130,000 Twitter followers.
She has consistently distinguished ...