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Ralph Vartabedian is an American journalist based in ​ Los Angeles, California ​. He is a national correspondent at the Los Angeles Times ​. [4] [2] [1]

Education

Vartabedian graduated from University of Michigan ​ with a Master's degree ​ in economics and a Bachelor's degree ​ in journalism ​. [2] ​​

Career

Prior to joining The Los Angeles Times, he worked at the Minneapolis Star ​ and the Kalamazoo Gazette ​. [4]

The Los Angeles Times

He joined the newspaper in 1981. In his many reporting assignments, Vartabedian has written on Toyota ​ vehicle defects, presidential candidates, the New Orleans ​ levee failures, the defense industry, the Columbia space shuttle accident investigation, Nuclear weapons ​, tax collection ​ abuses, and the California bullet train, among much else. [4]

He won the 2015 Gerald Ford ​ Presidential Foundation award for defense writing, as well as Loeb awards in 1987 and 2010. He was also a Pulitzer Prize ​ finalist in 2010, among many other career recognitions. In 1989, the Delta Mu Delta ​ honorary society at California Polytechnic University ​school of business gave Vartabedian a special award for integrity. [4]

He covered aerospace ​ and defense issues for 10 years at The Times, covering the military buildup that preceded the end of the Cold War ​ and its decline afterward. He spent five years as a Washington, D.C. ​, reporter for the paper and then four years as the deputy business editor. [4]

Personal Life

Vartabedian is married to Jeanne Wright, a freelance writer. [4]

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