Hi, I'm Juliette.

I'm an award-winning investigative journalist based in Philadelphia. 

My work focuses on exposing systemic equity issues and interrogating the ways longstanding policies can cause harm. My writing has been featured in major publications throughout the U.S., including USA Today, The Associated Press, The Appeal and The Center for Public Integrity.

I recently joined the staff of PennLive, where I'll be reporting on government accountability issues in central PA and statewide. 

Before that, I covered housing insecurity and homelessness for The Arizona Republic in Phoenix, the fifth-largest city in the U.S.

I got my start in journalism as an enterprise reporter for PublicSource, a nonprofit newsroom in Pittsburgh, where my reporting on mental health, criminal justice and policing led to city and county reforms. I was named Pennsylvania's Emerging Journalist of 2021 by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association. 

Before launching my journalism career, I spent a year teaching English in Taichung, Taiwan as a Fulbright grantee.

I have an MA in investigative journalism from Arizona State University and a BA in nonfiction writing and political science from the University of Pittsburgh. I also studied Mandarin Chinese at National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei, Taiwan as a Huayu Enrichment Scholar.

I enjoy wrangling data in R (GitHub here), scouring public records and reaching new audiences on TV, the radio and, of course, TikTok.

When I'm not on deadline, you can find me rock climbing, eating sushi and making very bad pottery.

Have a story idea or want to collaborate? Get in touch at julietterihl@gmail.com or on Twitter @julietterihl. 

Pronouns: she/her.