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Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff joins The Post’s General Assignment Desk

Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff, general assignment reporter (Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff)

Announcement from General Assignment Editor Keith McMillan and Deputy Managing Editor Sharif Durhams:

We are delighted to announce that Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff has joined The Post’s General Assignment desk, where he will cover breaking news and write of-the-moment features.

Dan is a 2021 Metro desk intern who reported for The Post on contract from Europe during the start of the Ukraine war in 2022, collaborating on a gripping piece about how children experience violent conflict. He also wrote about how the lives of a Martha’s Vineyard resident and a migrant from Venezuela intersected when Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis chartered planes to take undocumented migrants to the island enclave. And Dan pitched in on the America desk’s stories for the homicide crisis project, writing about the motorcycle-riding, Viking-history-loving Glenn Clark III, who died in Ohio.

Dan is a Fulbright fellow and a graduate of Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism. He has previously written for the Texas Tribune and the Outlaw Ocean Project. He is conversational in five languages.

An avid trail runner and hiker, Dan is a dedicated Boston sports fan and spends his free time perfecting his hummus recipe.

Please join us in congratulating him. He started Jan. 3.