Matt Doig is an experienced editor and former investigative reporter whose projects have won major awards and led to federal investigations into powerful people and institutions. He has worked as an editor at the Los Angeles Times, the Seattle Times, Newsday in New York and the Sarasota Herald-Tribune in Florida. After joining Newsday in 2012, Doig built an investigative team and edited a series published a year later on police misconduct and secrecy that was a Pulitzer Prize Finalist for Public Service. He also helped create an investigations team in Sarasota, where he co-wrote two series that were Pulitzer Finalists. Doig is also the author of what Forbes magazine called “The Best Journalism Job Ad Ever” – a help-wanted post that inadvertently went viral.