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Claire Wolters

Health News Reporter


Health reporting, Solutions journalism, Investigations


Temple University


My goal is produce stories that have value outside of the screen, or off the page. When I report, I try to ask myself what my story is for, rather than what it is about.

— Claire Wolters


Claire Wolters is a Philly-based reporter with a passion for uncovering problems and presenting solutions. Her work has been featured in local publications, like Kensington Voice, a community news outlet she co-founded in 2018, and national publications, like National Geographic.

Claire has been nominated for several awards for her reporting. She was a finalist in the 2020 EPPY Awards for "Best Feature Story on a College Website" & “Best News Story on a College Website.” At the 2020 CMA Pinnacle Awards, she earned second place for Best Feature Story.


Temple University Class of 2020

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