Brigid Schulte
Reporter

Brigid Schulte is an enterprise reporter on the local staff. She writes stories that capture the way we live now and has reported on dying bats, early spring blooms, potty training controversies and adult women being diagnosed with ADHD in droves. She has also written about education and was part of the team that won the Pulitzer Prize for covering the Virginia Tech massacre. She came to the Post in 1999 after working as a national correspondent for Knight-Ridder Newspapers’ Washington Bureau and a stint covering southern politics. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia, with her husband and two children.