Photo editor focusing on health and environmental issues Education: Corcoran College of Art + Design, BFA in Photojournalism
Wendy Galietta is the Health, Science and Environment Photo Editor at The Washington Post, where she collaborates across the desks of National reporters and contributors to curate award-winning coverage. She is a contributing writer and editor to The Post's In Sight photo blog, writing about the intersection of photography with science and health issues.
Before coming to The Post in 2006, Galietta served for the Department of the Army as the deputy managing editor of the team that created the book "Where Valor Rests," a photographic look at Arlington National Cemetery. The book covers the four season's of our nation's largest active duty cemetery, from the grave diggers and headstone washers to the Arlington Ladies and the Old Guard. She later served as the photo editor for the book titled "For Children of Valor: Arlington National Cemetery," dedicated to helping children and families of the fallen to cope with their loss.