NPF Names 21 Journalists as Paul Miller Fellows

The National Press Foundation has selected 21 journalists for the 2019-2020 class of its prestigious Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowship, which introduces promising young reporters to the city they’ve been assigned to cover.

Over the course of nine months, fellows will visit the Pentagon, the Supreme Court, the Capitol and other key Washington institutions. They’ll discuss politics and policy with regulators, lawmakers, experts and the best reporters in the business. And they’ll network with colleagues who will help them grow personally and professionally.

The 2019-2020 Paul Miller fellows are:

Alana Abramson | Time

Zach C. Cohen | National Journal

Elizabeth Crisp | The Advocate, The Times-Picayune

Lauren Dezenski | CNN

Lauren Egan | NBC News

Caitlin Emma  | Politico

Teaganne Finn | Bloomberg Government

Story Hinckley | The Christian Science Monitor

Willie James Inman | Newsy

Sanjana Karanth | HuffPost

Ellie Kaufman | CNN

Emma Kinery | Bloomberg

Zach Montague | The New York Times

Daniel Moore | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Juliette Rocheleau | NPR

Katie Suiters | Cox Media Group

Sophie Tatum | ABC News

Adam Taylor | The Washington Post

Elizabeth Thomas | ABC News

Jazmine Ulloa | The Boston Globe

Laura Weiss | CQ Roll Call

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