Audrey Jensen, Chloe Jones and Anne Mickey are members of the nation’s first graduate program in investigative journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.


The team spent six weeks reporting on trauma and understaffing among 911 dispatchers in Phoenix.


Jensen, Jones and Mickey look forward to producing a national investigation as part of the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism next fall.

Portrait of Audrey Jensen
(Photo by Chloe Jones)

Audrey Jensen

Audrey Jensen has five years of journalism and communications experience and loves sharing people’s stories through words, photography and videography.

Jensen has previously reported for the Colorado Spring Business Journal and Peterson Air Force Base. She also served as the editor-in-chief of her university’s student newspaper.

Portrait of Chloe Jones
(Photo by Audrey Jensen)

Chloe Jones

Chloe Jones is a multimedia freelance journalist focused on digital storytelling.


Her reporting on the sewage crisis at the US-Mexico border won the 2019 ONA Student Journalism Award.


She has previously reported for KJZZ and Cronkite News. See more of her work here.

Portrait of Anne Mickey
(Photo by Chloe Jones)

Anne Mickey

Anne Mickey recently graduated summa cum laude from ASU with bachelor’s degrees in Justice Studies and Community Advocacy.


Brand new to journalism, Mickey draws from knowledge and skillsets gained outside the field to enrich her investigative and storytelling abilities.


Mickey specializes in research and data analysis.