NY Occasions’ Goldstein takes on new beat
Dana Goldstein, a nationwide correspondent protecting the intersection of training, households, and public coverage at The New York Occasions, has taken on a brand new beat that measures American high quality of life.
An excerpt from the announcement reads:
“On this function, Dana will use storytelling, information and insights from analysis to make clear how challenges in housing, well being, the labor market, city planning, baby care and — sure, at instances — education, have put strain on households of each form and measurement. She’s going to cowl politics and policymaking round these points and delve into demographic information, working incessantly with Rob Gebeloff, Nationwide’s information whiz.”
Goldstein freelanced for Slate, The Atlantic and The New Republic. She wrote for The Marshall Venture and held editorial roles at The Day by day Beast and The American Prospect.
Goldstein graduated from Brown College.
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