Sharona Coutts

Sharona has exposed fraud and abuse in areas including pension funds, financial firms, for-profit colleges, aged-care, and New York City schools. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, nationally-syndicated radio programs, as well as dozens of other publications.

Sharona Coutts was an investigative reporter, and Vice President of Investigations and Research at Rewire. For Rewire, Coutts oversaw the creation of a new national database relating to reproductive rights, and her work repeatedly undermined false anti-choice claims about abortion. Coutts graduated with honors from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and worked for three years at ProPublica, the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom in Manhattan. Prior to joining Rewire, Coutts led the investigative team at The Global Mail, an online publication based in her hometown, Sydney, Australia. Coutts holds a law degree, and clerked for a justice of the High Court of Australia.