Washington Post hires Thadani to cover Apple

Trisha comes to The Post after six years at the San Francisco Chronicle. Most recently, she covered homelessness for the City Hall team, focusing on policy and budget decisions. She led a major digital project called “A disaster in plain sight,” in which she and a photographer spent a year following two men struggling with fentanyl addiction — providing an unflinching look at the devastation of San Francisco’s drug crisis. Trisha also spent two years working with the investigations team to expose the city’s failure to provide safe and stable homes for its most vulnerable residents. That series, called “Broken Homes,” inspired a local ballot measure that added an extra layer of oversight on the city’s homelessness department. It won the 2022 Investigative Reporters and Editors award for outstanding watchdog journalism, among other accolades.

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