Sarah Mervosh is a reporter for The New York Times, where she covers breaking news and other topics of interest across the globe.
She previously spent six years at The Dallas Morning News, as an investigative reporter, an enterprise reporter and a courts and criminal justice reporter. While in Dallas, she helped shine a light on dangerous psychiatric hospitals, broke news about the district attorney’s time in rehab and secret absence from work, and wrote numerous deeply-reported narratives about everyday people. She also covered some of the biggest news out of the region, including the 2016 Dallas police shooting, for which she was part of a team that was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
A Pittsburgh native, Sarah is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame.