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Jessie Singer

Journalist and Author

Jessie Singer is a journalist and author of "There Are No Accidents: The Deadly Rise of Injury and Disaster—Who Profits and Who Pays the Price"—a Slate, Fortune Magazine, Mother Jones, and The Economist best book of the year. She is an expert in safe systems, injury prevention, harm reduction, and the ongoing rise in traffic fatalities, drug overdoses, falls, and other areas of injury-related death. Jessie's writing appears in the Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Nation, Bloomberg, New York magazine, The Guardian, and elsewhere. She studied journalism at the Arthur L. Carter School of Journalism at New York University, and under the wing of the late investigative journalist Wayne Barrett.

A headshot of Jessie Singer standing against a worn and lightly colored brick wall wearing a black turtle neck. Jessie is smiling an uneven smile, with bright, lightly-colored, and clear blue eyes. She has shoulder length very wavey hair with tones of blond and brown and light-toned skin.

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