Editors Desk

Editors Desk

Washington, D.C.

Staff Writer
 

Education: American University, MA in Journalism and Public Affairs; University of Notre Dame, BA in American Studies

 

Marisa Iati is a reporter on the general assignment desk at The Washington Post. She previously worked at the Star-Ledger and NJ.com in New Jersey, where she covered municipal mayhem, community issues, education and crime.
Honors and Awards: New Jersey Press Association, Best Use of Social Media, April 2017

Languages spoken in addition to English: Spanish (conversational)

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