Michelle Jaconi

Washington, D.C.

Executive producer

Education: Georgetown University, BS in International Diplomacy from the School of Foreign Service; Georgetown University, MA in Communications, Culture and Technology

Michelle Jaconi runs the Creative Video team at The Washington Post, which creates video programming for on site and OTT platforms. Prior to The Post, Jaconi served as executive editor at the Independent Journal Review (IJR). In that role for the 2016 election, Jaconi created signature videos for one of America’s largest mobile audiences, partnered with ABC news for a presidential debate, pitched and executed video series for both Rock the Vote and YouTube and launched a national newsletter. Prior to IJR, Jaconi founded CNN’s Cross Platform Programming unit, which led breaking news and p
Latest from Michelle Jaconi

    White Supremacy in the U.S. Capitol

    On Jan 6th 2021, insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol. But the United States Capitol has been a battleground for white supremacy since its founding.

    October 20, 2021

      How living in NYC on 9/11 led Rep. Slotkin to a CIA career

      Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.) describes how living in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, led to her career in national security.

      September 7, 2021

        Kinzinger: 9/11 'changed the trajectory of my life'

        Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) says 9/11 was such a pivotal moment in his life that he doubts that he would be a member of Congress had it not happened.

        September 7, 2021

          'I had to do my part': Rep. Jason Crow on how 9/11 prompted his military service

          Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) discusses the impact 9/11 had on him.

          September 7, 2021

            How QAnon found a home in Britain | Hannah Explains

            Fueled by anti-lockdown protests and child abuse conspiracies, QAnon has taken a new direction in Britain over the course of the pandemic.

            May 28, 2021

              Hanger is real

              Neuroscience shows AgRP “hangry” neurons produce negative feelings along with hunger, as double motivation to find food.

              May 27, 2021

                Perspective | Transgender people in Britain explain why transphobia is on the rise in the U.K.

                The Post’s Hannah Jewell spoke to British trans people about how the media and government have fueled rising transphobia.

                March 31, 2021

                  Marty Baron on reporting with a soul and a spine | How to be a journalist

                  Retiring Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron says there will always be a need for journalism and accurate information in a democracy.

                  February 26, 2021

                    Quarantine Cooking Show: Easy Gorgeous Trifle

                    Trifles are beautiful, easy, and you can make them ahead with whatever you like. Washington Post food host Mary Beth Albright shows how.

                    December 30, 2020

                      Biden defeats Trump: What I learned | How to be a journalist

                      Washington Post journalists reveal what they learned covering the 2020 presidential campaign, and preview what to watch for in 2021

                      December 22, 2020