Alvarez will build on her years of reporting on Florida, immigration, politics and more.
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 Dalvin Brown will join The Washington Post’s Business staff as the innovations reporter.
Emily was born and raised in D.C. and graduated from Brown University, where she served as editor-in-chief of the Brown Daily Herald and earned a degree in public policy.
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.
His team will be focused on connecting The Post’s suite of storytelling and tech-led solutions to build programs and experiences for brands.
This is a return engagement. Autumn joined The Post as an editing intern in 2001 and worked on the National and Financial staffs before joining Opinions in 2004.
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.
Andrea joins The Post after a one-year reporting fellowship with The New York Times metro desk, where she was a general assignment reporter covering breaking news and features.
Kuo joins from the Guardian, where she served as Beijing bureau chief.
Michael worked for The Post from 2005 to 2015, during which time he was the paper’s Washington Wizards beat writer and national NBA writer.
We are thrilled to announce that Lizzy Raben will join Audience as an embed with the health and wellness teams. Lizzy will conduct editorial experiments and write analyses to help inform audience strategy and best practices for storytelling across the National and Features desks.
Fariña will help develop Washington Post Live’s business strategy, overseeing a dedicated sales unit responsible for expanding opportunities for brands to work with Live.
Ashley was most recently a staff writer for The Atlantic, where she covered families, relationships and education.
Butler will write about criminal justice and race issues; Cohen will comment on the intersection of culture and politics; Foley will offer insight on election law.
Burrell-Stinson was also named a winner of the 2020 Women in Content Marketing Awards in General Excellence category.
Before joining us, Eliza worked as a marketing analyst for The ONE Campaign, where she was an assistant marketing data analyst. There she helped research, test and track how to reach audiences over email and social media.
Lo comes to us from CalMatters, where they wore many hats as a data visualization reporter. They acquired and analyzed covid-19 hospitalization data, investigated the impact of fires on seniors in California and built CalMatters’ 2020 election guide.
In her role, Dormido will focus on cartography.