Seth Prince is sports editor at The Oregonian in Portland, where he has worked since 2000. A Native American (Choctaw/Cherokee), he is a University of Oklahoma graduate who was a Chips Quinn Scholar at the Wichita Eagle in 1999 and a Dow Jones Newspaper Fund intern at The Oregonian in 2000. He worked as a copy editor in Portland through 2006, copy editing the investigative project on the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service that led the winning entry for the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, writing a Native American style guide and twice being named the newspaper's copy editor of the year. He worked as a reporter in late 2006 before becoming an assistant bureau chief in 2007 and assistant sports editor in 2008. He was named sports editor in 2012, where he leads the Portland area's largest and most influential sports media outlet. He is an alumnus of the Poynter Institute's Leadership Academy (2007), the Maynard Institute's Media Academy at Harvard University (2008) and the Newspaper Association of America's PowerMind Fellowship (2012). He and his wife, Amy, live in Vancouver, Wash., with their three children, Jasper, Carter and Haddie.