Brian Ross is one of America’s most respected and honored journalists. As ABC News’ Chief Investigative Correspondent, he has earned a reputation for holding the powerful accountable with investigations into financial corruption, human rights abuses, and government failures. His reports have put the guilty in prison and helped free the innocent.
In addition to his groundbreaking findings on the Bernard Madoff Pinzi scheme scandal, Ross has helped to expose the cover-up of sexual abuse of Peace Corps volunteers, the CIA’s use of torture and its secret prisons, the unjust denial of black lung benefits to American coal miners, the use of child labor by major American retailers in Bangladesh, and a long list of scandals that have shaken the political world in Washington.
The winner of virtually every major journalism award many times over, Ross has worked at ABC News since 1994 and before that held a similar position at NBC News. He lives in New York.