Emi Kolawole
Emi Kolawole
Editor

Emi Kolawole arrived at the Post in 2010, starting as a producer for PostPolitics where she wrote occasionally for blogs on politics, policy and technology. She graduated from Wellesley College in 2004 and holds a Master’s degree from American University in producing for film and video. Emi was named one of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers in 2011 and attended the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos in 2012. She was named among The Grio 100 in 2013. She is currently the editor of Innovations and co-hosted the Post’s daily news program “59 Seconds.”

Latest by Emi Kolawole

A new chapter for Innovations

A new chapter for Innovations

On leaving Innovations for "a hub for innovators" -- Stanford's d.school.

Where Starbucks is more innovative than Apple

Where Starbucks is more innovative than Apple

Forbes released its "World's Most Innovative Companies" list and quite a few notables are missing.

Mars One gets over 100,000 applicants

Mars One gets over 100,000 applicants

The Dutch non-profit that's offering one-way tickets for a highly improbable mission to colonize Mars reaches a milestone.

Elon Musk unveils ‘Hyperloop’ plans

Elon Musk unveils ‘Hyperloop’ plans

The Tesla and SpaceX executive published a 57-page paper detailing his ideas.