Carroll Bogert has spent a career at the intersection of media and advocacy, first as a foreign correspondent for Newsweek magazine, building on her training in East Asian studies at Harvard; then as a media executive inside a human rights advocacy group, the globally known organization Human Rights Watch; and now as president of The Marshall Project, a leading exemplar of nonprofit journalism in the United States, dedicated to shining a spotlight on America’s #1 human rights crisis: the criminal justice system.