We are thrilled to announce that Brittany Mayes, Razzan Nakhlawi and Jay Wang are the recipients of The Washington Post’s inaugural Opportunity Year program, designed to help staffers chart new career paths while contributing their unique skill sets to other departments.
In this new position, Clyde will chronicle the swift changes taking place in our country through detail-rich profiles, scene pieces and narratives that explore the ideas and cultural shifts shaping our world.
We are excited to announce that Akilah Johnson is joining The Post's Health and Science team to cover health disparities, a crucial area of coverage as the coronavirus pandemic continues to strike especially hard in communities of color.
The Post’s coverage led with a report from reporters Gerry Shih and Lena Sun on an “unidentified and possibly new viral disease in central China” in January and grew to include stories from departments across the newsroom.
We are excited to announce that Robert Klemko will join the national security team to cover criminal justice in America, from policing to the broader justice system and the ongoing campaign for reform.