Paul Saltzman (Chicago). Paul is the assistant managing editor for projects at the Chicago Sun-Times. Formerly, he was the city editor, overseeing daily news coverage and investigative projects both print and online. He joined the Sun-Times in 1999 from The Miami Herald, where he was on the editing and reporting team that won the Pulitzer Prize for public service for coverage of Hurricane Andrew and its aftermath. Stories he has edited at the Sun-Times have won the Pulitzer Prize, the George Polk Award, the National Headliner Award for investigative reporting, the Society of Professional Journalists’ national Sigma Delta Chi Award for breaking-news coverage and the National Association of Black Journalist’ Salute to Excellence Award. A Chicago native, Paul has also developed and edited several investigative multimedia and interactive projects and was the founding news editor of Red Streak, the paper’s edition targeted to younger readers and published from 2002 to 2005.
Chicago Military Academy: Nov. 16, 2011
North Side College Preparatory High School: March 15, 2012
Perspectives Math & Science Academy presentation during field trip to Chicago Sun-Times: May 25, 2012
“News know-how” presentation at Chicago Public Library: July 12, 2012
“News know-how” presentation at Oak Park Public Library: May 11, 2012
Benito Juarez Community Academy: May 1, 2013