Clifford J. Levy has been with The New York Times since 1990. During his tenure with The Times he has been awarded two Pulitzer Prizes.  Levy won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting, The Times's first award in that category since it was created in 1985, for a three-part series that exposed the sometimes-fatal neglect of mentally ill people in privately run adult homes regulated by New York State. Mr. Levy also received a George Polk Award for that series. His second Pulitzer Prize came in 2011 in the category of International Reporting for his reporting on corruption in Russia in cooperation with, work done in conjunction with Ellen Berry. Levy is currently The Times's Assistant Masthead Editor, overseeing digital platforms. Levy has also served as The Times's Moscow bureau chief, Albany bureau chief, and metro political reporter, among other positions.