Julia Ingram

Abrams Journalism Fellow, FRONTLINE/Columbia Journalism School Fellowship

Julia Ingram is an Abrams Journalism Fellow joining FRONTLINE after graduating with a master’s degree in data journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in August 2022. As a student, she reported data-driven stories on ADHD patients left hanging after the decline of a mental health app and on independent pharmacy closures in parts of New York already lacking primary care services.

Before studying at Columbia, Ingram graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in English. At Stanford, she wrote and edited for the student newspaper, The Stanford Daily, and worked on a collaborative data collection effort with Big Local News. She has also interned on The Washington Post’s data team, in NBC News’ investigative unit and on the Miami Herald’s breaking news desk.


San Francisco

After Uvalde, Gun Safety Groups Amped Up Spending in Texas This Year, But Will Still Likely Be Outspent
In Texas this year — against the backdrop of the first legislative session since the deadly shooting in Uvalde — gun rights groups are likely to outspend gun safety groups.
June 2, 2023
Clarence Thomas’ Long Battle Against Affirmative Action
FRONTLINE examines U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ stance on affirmative action and what it might mean for two landmark cases before the nation’s highest court.
May 9, 2023
Humanitarian Needs in Afghanistan Deepen as Taliban Continues Ban on Women Working for NGOs, UN
FRONTLINE examines how the Taliban’s ban on women working at NGOs has affected the distribution of aid amid several humanitarian crises, how it impacts Afghan women-led households and how it could influence international fundraising.
April 25, 2023
Where Are Russian Critics of Putin Featured in “Putin and the Presidents” Now?
What's happened to some of the Russian opposition politicians and journalists who've spoken openly about Vladimir Putin and the crackdown on protesters and critics?
January 31, 2023
‘The Story Putin Doesn’t Want Told’: Filmmakers Talk About ‘Putin’s War at Home’ Documentary
Gesbeen Mohammad and Vasiliy Kolotilov talk about the making of the FRONTLINE documentary “Putin’s War at Home,” which tells the story of Russians defying their government's crackdown on critics of the war in Ukraine.
November 1, 2022