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Andy Marso, M.A., Writer, joined the Kansas Health Institute in 2014 as a journalist for the KHI News Service, a partner in the Heartland Health Monitor reporting collaboration with KCUR, KCPT and Kansas Public Radio. He previously covered state government news for the Topeka Capital-Journal, where he won the Burton W. Marvin Kansas News Enterprise Award, and received the Great Plains Journalism Award for investigative/project reporting. Andy has also written for The Olathe News, the St. Cloud Times and the Washington Post. His memoir, “Worth the Pain: How Meningitis Nearly Killed Me – Then Changed My Life for the Better,” was named a 2014 Kansas Notable Book.
Andy has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Kansas.