Susan Doyle

Washington, D.C.

Multiplatform editor

Education: American University, MA in public policy journalism; Northern Illinois University, Double major in English and French; Semester abroad: Aix-en-Provence, France, at Institute for American Universities and Marchutz School of Art

Susan Doyle has been a multiplatform editor with The Washington Post since 2017. She arrived at The Post from Bloomberg Industries where she was an editor for six years. She was previously a reporter at the L.A. Daily News and Los Angeles Times in Southern California.
Latest from Susan Doyle

The new coupon-cutting: Apps that sell discounted food headed for the trash

Two apps intended to prevent food from getting thrown out are directing consumers to unsold products nearing their best-by dates and being sold at deep discounts.

September 17, 2022

What a pepper’s journey from farm to pantry says about American hunger

The winding road of a single item of produce, from Virginia to D.C., illustrates the chain of effort and dedication needed to feed people without enough to eat.

August 19, 2022

1 out of 3 people in D.C. region face food insecurity, survey finds

Nearly one-third of people living in the Washington region struggled to access food last year, according to a new report by the Capital Area Food Bank.

June 27, 2022

Finding inspiration and relaxation in luxury condos of Old Town North

BUYING NEW | The 72-unit Muse occupies an eight-story building near the Potomac River and the Mount Vernon Trail in Alexandria, Va.

June 14, 2022

Mortgage rates dip, but the change ‘isn’t a trend,’ expert says

Rates continue to be elevated above the familiar days when they hovered around 3 percent.

May 19, 2022

Mortgage rates edge up, adding hundreds to buyers’ monthly payments

"Monthly payments have increased by more than 50 percent in just four months because of higher mortgage rates,” said a senior economist with

May 12, 2022