News designer working on A1, a-section and Real Estate. Education: North Carolina State University, BA in English, 1990; Corcoran College of Art and Design
Dwuan June is a page designer and Real Estate art director at The Washington Post. While at the Post he has also designed A1, the A-section and the bulldog edition.
He came to the Post in 2001 from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution where he was responsible for designing the weekend A1 editions. One of the highlights of his career occurred when the public’s response to a centerpiece he designed for the first day of a series about child prostitutes helped authorities locate a missing girl.
His first journalism job right out of college was at The Charlotte Observer as a page designer. He was the lead designer for several of The Observer's major projects, including “Taking Back Our Neighborhoods,” a finalist for the 1994 Pulitzer Prize.
He is a graduate of North Carolina State University, where he was the first African-American editor-in-chief of Technician [d.lib.ncsu.edu], the college’s newspaper.