Morgan Lee - The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Writing about energy and green business for the Union-Tribune, Morgan Lee provides both rapid and in-depth perspectives of Southern California's pioneering efforts to power its homes, businesses and transportation in more creative and responsible ways. He reported about natural-disaster challenges from Japan and China on an East-West Center fellowship. His writing about plans to bill electricity customers for catastrophic, multibillion-dollar wildfires triggered by utility power lines won the first place prize for business & amp; financial journalism from the San Diego Press Club. Previously, Morgan was the lead reporter on the series "The Cartels' Grip: A boy, his family, two nations" that won two first place awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and 2012 best-of-show accolades from the Press Club. Morgan joined the Union-Tribune in September 2010 after covering the news from Mexico and Latin America at The Associated Press for seven years. Before that, I've written about Indian Country from northern New Mexico and covered crime and law enforcement in coastal North Carolina. Morgan graduated from the Medill School of Journalism in Evanston, Ill., And Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y. He is married with two children.

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