Ed Leefeldt is an award-winning investigative journalist whose stories have led to changes in credit card practices, voter registration and the “Son of Sam” law. As the insurance correspondent for Thomson Reuters he wrote extensively about Hurricane Katrina, and as a senior writer for Bloomberg he covered topics ranging from industrial espionage to computer hackers and fraud. His Bloomberg articles won two consecutive New York Press Club awards and he was a national finalist in the Investigative Reporters and Editors contest. As the “hot stock” reporter for Dow Jones, he broke the story about then U.S. Attorney Rudy Giuliani removing Wall Street traders from their offices in handcuffs. Ed is the author of two books. The Woman Who Rode the Wind is a novel about early flight. His non-fiction book, In Search of the Paper Children, exposed the foster care system and was instrumental in passing legislation to help children.