Annamarya Scaccia is an award-winning freelance investigative journalist who reports on social justice issues including domestic violence, reproductive and sexual health, disabilities and transgender rights. Her work has appeared in the Austin Chronicle, New York Daily News, Philadelphia City Paper and Philadelphia Weekly, and at the Guardian, Broadly, New Republic, Rolling Stone, Cosmopolitan, City Limits, Rewire, and Next City.
While studying at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, Annamarya filmed a short documentary about a boy living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a rare but fatal degenerative muscle disease. She also helped oversee production of the award-winning interactive project, “The Missing,” which looks at New York’s missing people, the loved ones searching for them and the system handling their cases. And she worked on a five-part investigative series for City Limits on the New York’s clean energy program, Green Jobs/Green New York, and its impact on low-income residents.
Like any native New Yorker, Annamarya drinks too much coffee and has strong opinions about the Yankees. She also enjoys collecting kitschy knick-knacks, listening to ’70s AM radio pop, and wandering around cities.
member of: Journalism and Women Symposium, Online News Association and Investigative Reporters and Editors.