Charlotte Keith

Investigative Post Reporter

Charlotte Keith joined Investigative Post in September 2014, after graduating from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she was a fellow at the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism.

Keith, 23, is a native of London. She earned her undergraduate degree in English Literature from the University of Cambridge, where she edited Varsity, the school’s independent student newspaper.

Her work for Investigative Post has included stories on how Yahoo’s Lockport data center received almost half a billion dollars in subsidies, the problems at Erie County’s Child Protective Services, and the lowering of the workforce diversity goals at the state’s Riverbend construction project.


Cory Rosenfield knew the deal: in exchange for up to a $1 million state investment in his fledgling company, he would have to move the business to Buffalo for at least a year – and hopefully much longer.

Charlotte Keith

The possibility of extending the Metro Rail to Amherst is as close as it’s been in 40 years. But there are still major hurdles as the next stage of planning begins. Charlotte Keith with our partners at Investigative Post explains why.

Joed Viera

New York State spent more than $600 million building a factory for SolarCity at the RiverBend site in South Buffalo. You might be surprised at what some of that money went for.

Ashley Hirtzel

When it comes to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Buffalo Billion initiative, SolarCity isn’t the only project experiencing problems. State officials had high hopes for a much smaller initiative—a visual effects training program at Daemen College, in partnership with a company promising to create new jobs in the fledgling industry in Buffalo.