Caitlin Dickerson is an investigative reporter and feature writer who won the 2023 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting. She is a staff writer at The Atlantic. Previously, Dickerson spent nearly five years as a reporter at The New York Times and five years as a producer and investigative reporter for NPR. She is also a Peabody, Edward R Murrow, Livingston, and Silvers-Dudley prize winner. Dickerson has reported on immigration, history, politics, and race from four continents and dozens of American cities. She is currently writing a book for Random House about the systemic impact of deportation on American society.