Video editor in the opinions section Education: Northwestern University, MS in journalism ; University of Texas at Austin, BA in history and English
Gillian Brockell is an Emmy-nominated video editor in The Washington Post Opinions section. She has been at The Post since 2013.
Previously, she was a producer at Federal News Radio and a flight attendant for JetBlue Airways.
Her writing has appeared in Cosmopolitan, Fodor's Travel and The Washington Post Magazine.
Honors & Awards:
NABJ Salute to Excellence Award for digital commentary, 2018
Emmy nomination for new approaches: documentary, 2017
President Trump's visit to Iraq was shrouded in secrecy. But the first time a commander in chief greeted troops overseas, it wasn't reported until Franklin D. Roosevelt's 20-day journey in 1943 was nearly over.
If your algorithms are smart enough to realize that I was pregnant, or that I’ve given birth, then surely they can be smart enough to realize that my baby died, and advertise to me accordingly — or maybe, just maybe, not at all.
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump praised WikiLeaks for publishing hacked Democratic emails, a key focus of the Mueller investigation. Prosecutors say the emails were hacked by Russian intelligence operatives.