Maryam Jameel

Reporter  The Center for Public Integrity

Maryam Jameel is a reporter on the environment and labor team. She joined the Center for Public Integrity in 2014 as a Kellogg Investigative Reporting Fellow after working with KQED's public affairs program Forum in San Francisco and Al Jazeera's documentary series Fault Lines. She earned her undergraduate degree in journalism, with a concentration in broadcast, from Northwestern University.

Fleecing America’s builders

By Maryam Jameel

Workers cheated as federal contractors prosper

By Talia Buford and Maryam Jameel

Senate votes to kill Obama contractor rule

By Maryam Jameel and Elizabeth Hernandez

'It just ruined everything — the whole life'

By Maryam Jameel

Shattered victims of 'La Bestia' seek help for their desperate countrymen

By Maryam Jameel

Upended by America’s ‘third wave’ of asbestos disease

By Jim Morris, Maryam Jameel and Eleanor Bell Fox

How government, business and labor can better protect workers

By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Maryam Jameel

Slow-motion tragedy for American workers

Read their stories: How job-related illnesses upended these families' lives

Workplace injury, illness costs being foisted on workers, government, OSHA's Michaels says

By Talia Buford and Maryam Jameel

Chemical Safety Board cuts investigations amid alleged mismanagement

By Maryam Jameel