Digital enterprise Education: Arizona State University, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, BA, Summa Cum Laude
Julie Vitkovskaya is a projects editor for The Washington Post who focuses on innovative storytelling and enterprise stories. She was previously the operations and digital editor for foreign and national security. She joined The Post in 2015 after spending two years in South Korea working at an English-language newspaper as a Princeton in Asia fellow. She has worked on interactive graphics on topics such as Russia’s efforts to influence the U.S. presidential election and Donald Trump’s campaign ties to Russia. Before becoming operations editor, Vitkovskaya worked as a digital editor for the foreign and national security sections.
South Korean officials announced that North Korea is willing to hold talks to curb its missile and nuclear arms programs. The surprising declaration, if true, would be a major development in denuclearizing the regime.