We are thrilled to announce that Hank Stuever will become senior editor for Style, a new role designed to elevate the work of reporters and editors across Features. He is stepping down after 11 years as TV critic at the end of 2020.
Victoria comes from the Local desk, where she has been The Post's transportation and development editor since 2013, directing coverage of regional and national transportation issues.
Aaron is a freelance writer, recipe developer, photographer and food stylist whose work has appeared in The Post, The New York Times, Food & Wine, Eater, Thrillist, Taste, Serious Eats, Food52 and Simply Recipes, among other publications.
Garland comes to The Post from the Philadelphia Inquirer, where she created online presentations and data visualizations as a news developer and designer.
Yutao comes to The Post from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in Little Rock, where he wore many hats as a multimedia editor — designing and developing story packages and data visualization, editing videos, and training reporters and editors in multimedia storytelling.
Shikha comes to us from Code + Theory, where she spent four years as an Interaction & UX Designer, working on emerging technology projects.
In his new role, Hohmann will write a regular column on topics including politics and policy.
The veteran broadcast producer will drive the strategy for the “Race in America” series, which examines the movement to end systemic racism and police brutality, and more broadly how race and identity affect the lives of people in a myriad of ways, in addition to supporting executive producer Katherine O’Hearn in guiding the overall editorial direction of Live programming.
Glynn comes to The Post from the Houston Chronicle, where he has spent five years reporting on multiple desks.
Maggie has been with the “Post Reports” team since its inception. She has been the team’s senior producer for the past year and acting executive producer for the past month.
We are excited to announce that Alyssa Fowers is becoming a full-time member of Graphics team, focused on the economics beat.
On this new beat, Hannah will report on the mainstreaming of hate and extremism, online radicalization that leads to real-world violence and the national security implications of the country’s polarization.
Tara started in April as a contractor, delivering digital designs for stories on topics ranging from Arizona’s political demographics to immigration in Maine to civilian casualties in Afghanistan.
Audrey started in the newsroom as a Northwestern University residency student in 2019 and returned at the start of this year as a contractor.
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.