Megan Twohey is an award-winning investigative reporter who focuses on the treatment of women and children. In 2018, she was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for public service along with a team of reporters who revealed misconduct and sexual harassment across industries. As a reporter with Reuters, Twohey uncovered an underground network called private re-homing. This was where parents gave away adopted children they no longer wanted to strangers on the Internet. This illicit practice took place with no government oversight and at great risk to children. It prompted states to pass new laws to protect children. For this, Twohey testified before a Senate committee.