Jacqueline Alemany: An announcement from National Editor Matea Gold, Deputy National Editor Philip Rucker and National Politics Deputy Editor Dan Eggen
We are delighted to announce that Jacqueline Alemany will be taking on a new position as congressional investigations reporter.
Jackie is an inspiring journalist who has already achieved remarkable success with her scoops about the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. In her new role, Jackie plans to uncover fascinating stories about Congress’ oversight power as well as extensive pieces on those and entities under congressional scrutiny.
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She will oversee our coverage of the House Select Committee and have a broader portfolio that encompasses various House and Senate oversight initiatives, seeking to uncover stories about how government uses its resources and power.
Since November 2018, Jackie has been co-author of The Washington Post’s iconic early morning newsletter The Early 202. It is essential reading for America’s top leaders and influencers each morning. After the 2020 presidential election, Jackie took on additional responsibilities covering Congress. In addition, she contributes regularly to MSNBC and NBC News outlets.
Jackie Joined The Post after six years at CBS News, where she served as a White House reporter covering President Trump’s administration. Additionally, Jackie served as digital journalist covering the 2016 election from New Hampshire and Ohio for the network.
Jackie completed her studies in government at Harvard College, where she served as captain of the women’s basketball team. When not surfing or running in Rock Creek Park with her bearded bird-dog Bertha, Jackie enjoys spending time outdoors with her beloved companion.