Lucie Sullivan

Production Assistant

Lucie Sullivan is a recent graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she spearheaded the college’s first radio newscast as executive audio news director of the Marquette Wire. She worked on a number of long-form investigative projects during her time as an undergraduate intern at The O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism, including a stories on prison gerrymandering and climate change education. Sullivan spent the summer of 2019 interning at FRONTLINE and is now a production assistant at The FRONTLINE Dispatch podcast.


Boston, MA

Policing the Police in Minnesota
As Derek Chauvin’s murder trial nears its end and Minnesota roils over the killing of Daunte Wright, calls for police accountability continue.
April 18, 2021
Poisoned: Tampa's Lead Problem
For years, hundreds of workers at the Gopher Resource lead smelting plant in Florida were exposed to dangerous levels of lead in the air.
March 25, 2021
An Impeachment and an Inauguration
The Biden administration is set to begin as America copes with a chaotic start to the new year: from an insurrection to a second impeachment of President Trump, all while the COVID-19 death toll reaches new heights. 
January 19, 2021
Chaos at the Capitol
A violent mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters invaded the U.S. Capitol on January 6, as Congress met to certify Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States. The rioters plotted for weeks beforehand on social media, mobilizing around the president’s false claims of a stolen election and were egged on by him and others at a rally just before they stormed the Capitol.
January 9, 2021
Capturing 'American Voices' in a Year of Turmoil
When the pandemic hit, Dr. Blair Woodbury picked up the phone. He called his old friend, filmmaker Mike Shum, and urged him to get out and start recording the first draft of history.
November 21, 2020
“Deflect, Delay, Defer”: Decade of Pacific Gas & Electric Wildfire Safety Pushback Preceded Disasters
A FRONTLINE review of documents and hearings shows that Pacific Gas & Electric spent the better part of 10 years fiercely resisting calls for critical wildfire safety reforms.
August 18, 2020
How a Hacking Case Could Shape Protections For Abortion Clinics
Experts believe that the use of a law traditionally used against physical threats could change the landscape.
August 28, 2019