Shelby Holliday is a Wall Street Journal multimedia reporter based in New York City.
Shelby covers the Trump administration, elections and investigations for WSJ. She was part of a team that won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for uncovering hush-money payments connected to President Trump during the 2016 campaign. She has also reported extensively on Russian interference in U.S. politics. When she's not reporting stories and producing videos for WSJ, Shelby also contributes news and analysis to shows on CBS, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC and Fox Business. Prior to joining the Journal, Shelby worked as a reporter for Bloomberg TV and an anchor for the CBS-partnered Channel One News show. Covering a broad range of stories, she filed reports from Myanmar, Rwanda, Kenya, South Africa, Mexico and Guantanamo Bay. Shelby received a 2014 Telly Award for her series on the rise of China.
Some of Shelby's favorite stories include bungee-jumping with Army troops, flying in NASA's zero gravity plane and covering the funeral of Nelson Mandela in South Africa. She has also interviewed a number of celebrities and athletes including Pharrell, Lil Wayne, Jack Nicklaus and Charles Barkley.
Shelby is originally from Denver and graduated with a business degree from the University of San Diego.