On-air reporter focusing on social issues and inspired life Education: Columbia University, BA in Anthropology and Human Rights; Columbia Journalism School, MS in Journalism
Nicole Ellis an on-camera reporter and filmmaker focusing on inspired life and social issues at The Washington Post.
She has reported on Hurricane Harvey, the 2017 total solar eclipse, women's reproductive health, identity politics and many other stories. She is the host and director of The Post's, "Should I freeze my eggs?," a first-person docu-series about women's fertility.
She joined The Post in 2017 and is a former member of the CNN Heroes production team, a Peabody and Emmy Award winning television series. She also co-directed "Blind Date," a documentary that explores dating in the age of Tinder through the lives of the visually impaired.