Rochelle Sharpe is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with more than 25 years experience. Now a freelance writer in Brookline, Mass., she’s worked as a staff writer for The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and USA Today. She’s written extensively about health, labor, and various social issues. She was a reporter in Washington, D.C. for 13 years, covering the Food and Drug Administration, Equal Opportunity Commission, and the U.S. Education Department. She also was a pioneer in using computers to analyze government databases, using databases to uncover the disproportionate impact of a recession on black workers and to reveal how the nations’ medical examiners failed to detect child abuse murders. A graduate of Yale University, Sharpe has written stories that have led to Congressional hearings and been discussed on Oprah and David Letterman.