At The Post, she will build on her decade of experience covering technology from San Francisco and New York. For the past two years, Nitasha has been a senior writer for WIRED, where she recently wrote a magazine cover story about turmoil inside Google during the Trump administration based on interviews with dozens of current and former employees. Before WIRED, Nitasha was a staff writer and reporter at BuzzFeed News, The Verge, Valleywag, NYmag.com, The New York Observer and Inc.
She has written about Mark Zuckerberg’s cross-country campaign tour, the intermittent fasting popular among male tech workers, the undemocratic nature of tech philanthropy and a church trying to market religion to software engineers. Her strong track record of writing about marginalized employees, aspiring entrepreneurs, leading executives and tech critics has given her a deep understanding of how Silicon Valley thinks and operates.
Nitasha earned a master’s degree in journalism from New York University and studied English and Comparative Literature as an undergrad at Columbia University. She moved from Brooklyn to the Bay Area five years ago.
She will start on Sept. 16 in D.C., before returning to San Francisco. Please join us in welcoming her to The Post.