Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Marley Shebala is a senior reporter for the Navajo Times. Her investigations have led to the downfall of two Tribal presidents for misuse of finances and have garnered multiple awards. She is a three-time winner of the Native American Journalists Association’s Richard LaCourse Award for investigative reporting and was named Arizona Community Journalist of the Year by the Arizona Press Club. Shebala won a fellowship in 2003 to teach environmental journalism at the University of California at Berkeley and also served as the first news director of KTNN, a Navajo Nation radio station.
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