Angela Rozas O’Toole
Senior Editor, Government & Politics
Rozas O’Toole previously was deputy metro editor at the Chicago Tribune, where she oversaw politics and criminal justice reporting. She joined the Tribune in 2003, and worked as a general assignment reporter, criminal justice reporter and metro desk editor. She is a previous co-winner of a National Headliners Award for reporting on domestic violence and coordinated with WBEZ on the award-winning “16 Shots” podcast.
She previously was a reporter at The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune, and has a B.A. from Louisiana State University and an M.S. from Columbia University in New York.
Rozas O’Toole lives in Chicago with her husband and children, and enjoys live music and long reads.