Michael Montgomery, United States, is a reporter and broadcast producer for The Center for Investigative Reporting and Reveal.

A veteran of radio, television and newspapers, Montgomery reports on the criminal justice system, vulnerable populations, and the underground economy.

After completing a Fulbright fellowship in Eastern Europe in 1989, Michael covered the fall of communism and wars in former Yugoslavia for The Daily Telegraph and the Los Angeles Times. He also worked as an associate producer for “60 Minutes” and a senior reporter at American Public Media. His investigations into human rights abuses in the Balkans led to the arrest and conviction of Serbian and Albanian paramilitaries and the creation of a new war crimes court in The Hague.

Montgomery’s work has received numerous journalism awards, including the duPont-Columbia University Gold and Silver Batons, Edward R. Murrow, Overseas Press Club, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Scripps-Howard, and Peabody Awards.