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Nancy Weaver Teichert is an American journalist. A graduate of the Indiana University, she writes for The Sacramento Bee.[when?] Weaver was part of a reporting team[citation needed] for the Jackson Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi, who won the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, recognizing a series of articles supporting legislation to reform the Mississippi education system in Mississippi.[1] For The Bee, she was a member of the reporting team whose series "A Madness Called Meth" won the 2001 Nancy Dickerson White Award for reporting on drug issues. Teichert has also been recipient of the Roy Howard Public Service Award and the World Hunger Award. In 2004 Weaver was awarded the local and regional media award by the American Society on Aging for her body of work, in-depth aging knowledge and sensitivity to ageism [2] Teichert has also served on the staff of the Denver Post. References[edit]

^ "1983 Winners and Finalists". The Pulitzer Prizes. ^ American Society on Aging

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