Katerina Ang is an assignment editor on the Foreign desk at The Washington Post’s hub in Seoul, where she works on breaking news. Prior to joining The Post in May 2021, she worked as a journalist in New York, London and Singapore. She was Asia contributing editor for the Fuller Project, the nonprofit newsroom focused on accountability journalism on women's rights, where she edited features that appeared in the Atlantic, Wired UK and Der Spiegel. Before that, Ang was digital editor of the Wall Street Journal’s Mansion section and the global commissioning editor at Vogue Business, Condé Nast’s first international business title focused on the fashion industry. In the latter position, she built a network of correspondents in more than two dozen countries, and helped spearhead the creation of a Mandarin-language edition and a widely read sustainability newsletter. Ang, who is a Singapore national, has also contributed pieces to the Financial Times, Nikkei Asia, the New York Times and Esquire magazine.