Senior Editor for Race & Justice Unit at New York Public Radio
Supreme Court and Black Lives Matter
At this crucial time in US politics, Jami will be share her thoughts on both the Supreme Court and Black Lives Matter.
Jami is the award-winning Senior Editor for Race & Justice Unit at New York Public Radio. She is also the Legal Editor in the WNYC Newsroom.
She is the former anchor of Court TV’s Jami Floyd: Best Defense, a daily live show that tackled the day’s front-page legal stories. She has also served as a network correspondent and investigative reporter at various outlets, most notably ABC News.
Before journalism, she worked as a White House Fellow in the Clinton Administration. Jami also served as a teaching fellow at Stanford Law School while she pursued a masters degree and worked as a public defender in San Francisco.
Jami has been awarded the Gracie, Telly, Maggie and two Cine-Golden Eagle Awards for journalism.