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Marks comes to us from NextGov, where he is a senior cybersecurity reporter focused on issues including privacy, government cyber authorities, Russian hacking battles and encryption.

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Carol brings more than three decades of experience covering health care, politics, religion and homeland security.

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The team will refocus around five areas and add additional roles.

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The Washington Post supports D.C.-area nonprofits that promote achievement in the arts and education and that strive to make a difference.
The newspaper launched The Washington Post Educational Foundation in 1987 to recognize excellence in education.
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The Washington Post Young Journalists Development Program (YJDP) offers journalism training and education to local high school journalists and media advisors, and promotes diversity in the media industry through career guidance and mentoring.
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