Haley Willis

Visual Investigations journalist, The New York Times

Willis is a speaker at the 25th ISOJ, happening from April 12 – 13, 2024, both online and in person at the University of Texas at Austin.

Haley WillisHaley Willis is a journalist with the Visual Investigations team at The New York Times, which combines traditional reporting with digital and open source methods to investigate issues of conflict, corruption and human rights — from forced labor in China to Israel’s air war in Gaza. Her recent work on police killings during traffic stops, civilian casualty assessments from U.S. airstrikes in the Middle East, and Russian atrocities in Ukraine shared in three Pulitzer Prizes, among other recognitions. Prior to joining The Times, Haley worked as a researcher with the Human Rights Center at Berkeley Law. She is from Austin, Texas.

Haley Willis

Visual Investigations Reporter, The New York Times

Twitter: @heytherehaIey
Haley Willis is a Visual Investigations reporter with the New York Times video team. Visual Investigations is a new form of explanatory and accountability journalism that combines traditional reporting with more advanced digital forensics including analysis of cell phone videos, satellite imagery, social media posts, police scanner audio, and 3-D reconstructions of crime scenes. Haley’s reporting spans protest movements from Hong Kong to the United States, an airstrike on a migrant detention center in Libya, and a siege by the Sinaloa cartel in Mexico. Prior to joining The Times, she worked as an open-source researcher with the Human Rights Center at Berkeley Law.