Adam Hochberg

Adam Hochberg is a journalist with more than two decades experience with national news organizations. Hochberg spent 15 years as a correspondent for National Public Radio. His work also has been featured on CBS, ABC, and the PBS Newshour.

Hochberg has assembled and managed several media collaborations, including the State Integrity Investigation – a $1.5 million initiative sponsored by Public Radio International, the Center for Public Integrity, and Global Integrity, which led to the passage of new ethics laws in three states and prompted reform proposals in five others. Hochberg also is a fellow at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies.

Two psychiatrists at the North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center work closely with patients near the end of their lives – and with the family members left behind. Throughout their careers, Dr. Donald Rosenstein and Dr. Justin Yopp have supported many young widowed mothers whose husbands passed away, but they noticed there were far fewer resources for widowed fathers who were raising children alone.