Sara Sorcher is the deputy editor of PowerPost, a Washington Post vertical exploring the power centers of the nation's capital. She helps oversee the 202 newsletter team, which brings scoops and analysis directly to your inbox on politics and health care, economic, cybersecurity and energy policy. Before joining The Post, Sorcher was the White House editor at USA TODAY. She directed coverage of President Trump and the Russia investigations for web, print and a network of 109 local Gannett papers. Previously, Sorcher was deputy editor and cofounder of Passcode, a unit of The Christian Science Monitor covering cybersecurity and privacy. Before that, Sorcher was National Journal’s national security correspondent. She won the National Press Club’s defense reporting in 2014 for her articles on how political gridlock and shrinking budgets impacted the defense and aerospace industry. Sorcher began her career as a freelance journalist in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.
Honors & Awards:
National Press Club's Michael Dornheim Award, 2014