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The Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism-IowaWatch.org is grateful to the following donors for their contributions to our efforts to provide Iowans with investigative and explanatory reporting and writing and to sustain the vital role of a public-spirited free press in a democratic society:

Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, IA)

KCRG-TV9
Iowa State Bar Association
Amalie Nash
Community Foundation of Johnson County
Fund for Investigative Journalism
Michael Anderson
Associated Press
Tony Baranowski and Sara Konrad Baranowski
Dora and Bill Brubaker
Stephen J. and Cheryl C. Berry
Burlington Hawk Eye
Demitri Cherniak
Clarion Hotel Highlander Conference Center
John and Diana Colgan
Des Moines Marriott Downtown
Anne Duggan
Frank and Gigi Durham
Carolyn Dyer
The Courier (Waterloo-Cedar Falls ,IA)
Dyersville Commercial
Faegre Baker Daniels LLC
John Gruber-Miller
Robert Gutsche Jr.
Bridget Casey Gutsche
Andy and Dee Hall
Nora Heaton
Hills Bank & Trust Co. Iowa Association for Justice
Iowa Broadcasters Association
Iowa Freedom of Information Council
Iowa Newspaper Association
Iowa City-Coralville Convention & Visitors Bureau
Iowa City Press-Citizen
Jim Jacobson
David and Lynn Jansen
Erin and Thomas Jordan
Clark Kauffman
Erik Kelderman
John Kenyon
Paul Kramer
Kuhl, Phillips, Jans, Inc.
Tony Lengeling
Sara Langenberg
Jim Malewitz
MECCA Services
MidwestOne Bank
Brian Mills
Brian Morelli
Lyle and Vicki Muller
Nicholas B. Ottaway Foundation
David Perlmutter
Judy Polumbaum
Register Media (Des Moines, IA)

Lisa Rossi
Margaret Schmitz
Grant Schulte
David Schwartz
Sid Scott
Jim Sernoe, in memory of Don Smith, Kay Amert and John Bennett
Vanessa Shelton
Irma Simpson
Jane Singer
Mark Smith
James Snyder
Starbucks Coffee
Jeff Stein
Scott Stewart
Alan Swanson
Melissa Tully
Mary Ungs-Sogaard
McCormick Foundation
Investigative News Network
Richard Tapscott
University of Iowa Honors Fellows Program
UnityPoint Health of Des Moines

Danny Valentine
Bob Walker
Floyd Walter
Alecia Williams
Tyson Wirth
Woodward Communications
Corinna Zarek
Zephyr Printing
Zhi Xiong

In addition to these donations, the Iowa Center’s work has been totally dependent upon the thousands of volunteer hours from our unpaid staff, contributing writers and other individuals. The Board of Directors and officers are deeply indebted to the following individuals:

Michael Anderson
Laura Arny
Cheryl Berry
Harrison Berry
Tricia Brown
Hayley Bruce
Katie Buchholz
Jay Capron
Joy (Chia-Yu) Chang
Cait Conner
Diana Colgan
Libby Collins
Melea Dau
Dana Davidsen
Josie D’Agostino
Steve Delaney
Lindsey Drilling
Gabriella Dunn
MacKenzie Elmer
Danielle Ferguson
Allison French
Jane Fritsch
Caitlin Fry
Gabe Gao
Michael Garvin
Erin Gerken
John Goodlove
Stephen Gruber-Miller
Xinran Gu
Robert Gutsche Jr.
Sarah Hadley
Tyler Harris
Nora Heaton
Emily Hoerner
Rebekah Hoeger
Meghan Horihan
Guannan Huang
Brett Johnson
Sujin Kim
Zack Kucharski
Katie Kuntz
Tessa Lengeling
John Lohman
Jacob Luplow
Robert Maharry
Jim Malewitz
Inma Mateos
Clare McCarthy
Katelynn McCollough
Katherine McMullen
Lauren Mills
Bill Monroe
Benjamin Moore
Chris Mudge
Charles Munro
Nancy Newhoff
Tiffany O'Donnell
Ashley Oerman
Rachel Peterson
Rebecca Pierson
Patrick Riepe
Ryan Roccaforte
Shaena Roth
Amber Rouse
Erin Selin
Donna Schill
Alex Schuman
Lu Shen
Mark Siebert
Brian Steffen
Joe Sheller
Jana Shepherd
Jonathan Stefonek
Jeff Stein
Kathryn Susik
Makayla Tendall
Linh Ta
Jaime Vargas
Danielle Wilde
Peter Wilson
Patrick Wright
Tom Yunt
Lamia Zia

Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism Policy on Financial Support
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This policy seeks to reconcile the need for financial support with the values of the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism, the foremost of which is editorial independence. While the Center fails if it becomes unsustainable financially, it also fails if it loses public confidence in its integrity. The policy acknowledges, too, that individuals and organization invest in projects that further their own goals and values, directly or indirectly.

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IOWAWATCH: EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM RECIPIENT, IOWA ASSOCIATION FOR JUSTICE (2014)
Executive Director-Editor
Lyle Muller joined IowaWatch in May 2012 after serving as editor of The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, IA), which is owned by a multimedia company that also owned KCRG television when he was there, plus other digital and publishing enterprises. He held several reporting and editing positions during his 25 years at The Gazette, among them being editor of the Iowa City Gazette, a zoned edition of The Gazette in 1999-2003, and leading investigative and special projects. He was a senior editor on the team that directed coverage of an Iowa flooding disaster, which won The Gazette the Society of Professional Journalists' national Sigma Delta Chi award for deadline reporting in 2008. A 1992 Council for the Advancement of Science Writing national fellow, his focus as a reporter was on health, science and higher education. He is the reporting coach for The Daily Iowan's Ethics and Politics Initiative project, a member of the Iowa Newspaper Association Government Relations Committee, Iowa High School Press Association Board of Directors, Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and Local Independent Online News Publishers (LION), and a former member of the Iowa Newspaper Foundation board of directors.