John Farrell named The Post’s first climate and weather breaking news video editor

Farrell will work closely with the Climate, Weather and Audience teams to create video explainers around major climate trends and aggregate engaging weather clips.

By WashPostPRJune 30, 2022

Laura Padilla Castellanos joins as a news designer

Laura will work on The Post newsroom's curation team, creating visual presentations for The Post app, as well as social and newsroom projects.

By WashPostPRJune 29, 2022

Joan Niesen named assignment editor for Post Sports

Niesen will oversee coverage of the Washington Commanders and the NFL.

By WashPostPRJune 29, 2022

Introducing a new weekly column: “The Department of Data”

Columnist Andrew Van Dam will dig into overlooked data in search of surprising truths about modern life.

By WashPostPRJune 29, 2022

David Malitz named Senior Culture Editor

In this new position, Malitz will edit important enterprise about the culture we consume, how it is shaping us and the driving forces behind it.

By WashPostPRJune 27, 2022

Anjuman Ali named deputy wellness editor

Ali will help supervise a staff of writers and freelancers who will create science-based service journalism focused on a range of personal health topics.

By WashPostPRJune 27, 2022

Chris Suellentrop named politics editor for Opinions

In this new role, Suellentrop will help oversee the section’s political columnists, commission guest op-eds and develop new ways of connecting readers with the section’s political coverage.

By WashPostPRJune 27, 2022

Alan Sipress named a senior editor on Foreign

Sipress will oversee coverage from the Philippines to West Africa, including Post bureaus in Southeast Asia, India, Afghanistan/Pakistan and Africa.

By WashPostPRJune 27, 2022

The Post’s Martine Powers named Senior Audio Host

Martine will continue to work with the Audio team playing an integral leadership role and being involved in key decision-making processes.

By WashPostPRJune 24, 2022

Mark Johnson joins The Washington Post as science writer

Mark comes to The Post from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, where he covered science and health for the past 14 years.

By WashPostPRJune 24, 2022

Danielle Kunitz joins Opinions as senior designer

In this newly created role, Kunitz will contribute art direction and social media design in addition to her video motion graphics work.

By WashPostPRJune 23, 2022

Lauren Kaori Gurley to join The Post’s economics team as labor reporter

Gurley joins The Post from Vice’s Motherboard, where she has covered labor since 2019, producing groundbreaking journalism about the conditions that have spurred a huge increase in organizing at some of the country’s largest employers.

By WashPostPRJune 21, 2022

The Post’s Karly Domb Sadof named inaugural visual enterprise editor

An award-winning photo editor, Sadof is known across the newsroom as a powerhouse of ideas and creativity. For nearly six years, she has been a key driver of visually led storytelling on the America Desk, managing photo coverage of both breaking news and enterprise.

By WashPostPRJune 21, 2022

Sean Sullivan named deputy politics editor for campaigns

Sullivan will bring his sharp news judgment, hunger for scoops and high-tempo metabolism to The Post's coverage of the 2022 midterm elections and beyond.

By WashPostPRJune 21, 2022

Hannah Knowles named a national political reporter

In her new role, Knowles will cover the 2022 midterm elections and the 2024 presidential campaign.

By WashPostPRJune 21, 2022

Scott Wilson takes on new portfolio as California-based senior national correspondent

Wilson will chronicle the public policies, politics and experiences in a region shaped by liberal ideology.

By WashPostPRJune 21, 2022

Elizabeth von Oehsen joins the Design department as a news designer.

Elizabeth comes to The Post from the Mission marketing agency in Baltimore, where she worked on branding campaigns across social, web and print for a range of clients including Nike, Johns Hopkins University and the Maryland Science Center.

By WashPostPRJune 17, 2022

Ryan Bacic joins Metro as assistant Social Issues editor

Since the fall, Bacic has been on a Post Opportunity Year as an assignment editor in Metro, having an impact working with Education and Local Government teams.

By WashPostPRJune 17, 2022

Announcing The Washington Post’s 2022 Top Workplaces in the DC area

Conducted in partnership with employee engagement firm Energage, LLC, The Post’s survey asked employees about the companies they work for to identify 200 of the highest ranked workplaces in the region.

By WashPostPRJune 17, 2022

The Pandora Papers wins two Scripps Howard Awards

The Pandora Papers, The Post’s collaboration with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, wins the award for Excellence in National/International Investigative Reporting and the Impact Award. The Post’s “Four Hours of Insurrection" was a finalist for Excellence in Radio/Podcast Coverage.

By WashPostPRJune 16, 2022