Congratulations to Rowan alumnus Trymaine Lee (2003), who was recently named as a correspondent at MSNBC. Lee has worked at The New York Times, Huffington Post, and most recently as a national reporter for MSNBC.
Lee was one of several members of The Times-Picayune newspaper to win the Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News reporting in 2006 for their coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
To find out more about Lee, read a Rowan University profile and follow him on Twitter @trymainelee
Trymaine Lee, a 2003 graduate of Journalism program, was named to Rowan University’s “40 under 40.” In 2005, Lee was part of a Pulitizer Prize winning team at The Times-Picayune newspaper. He has worked at The New York Times, Huffington Post, and is currently a national reporter for MSNBC. He is working on a book about gun violence in America called “Million Dollar Bullets.”
Read the 40 by 40 profile of Lee.