Drew Sullivan oversees one of the world’s largest investigative journalism organizations. By developing and equipping a global network of investigative journalists and publishing their stories, OCCRP exposes crime and corruption so the public can hold power to account. OCCRP’s investigations have contributed to more than $7.3 billion in fines levied and monies seized—illicitly acquired funds that were returned to the public sphere. Under Sullivan’s direction, OCCRP has won numerous awards, including the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship. OCCRP’s work on the Panama Papers won a 2017 Pulitzer Prize in Journalism. Before becoming a journalist, he was a structural dynamicist on the space shuttle project for Rockwell Space Systems. He has a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M University.