The following excerpt was sent out from The Washington Post:
The Washington Post’s opinion section continues to grow under Editorial Page Editor David Shipley’s direction adding seven new contributors today. These additions highlight The Post’s commitment to sharing an even wider range of opinions with its readers across a diversity of subjects and deepened coverage of topics such as economics, policy and leadership.
Joining the section as contributors are:
Jim Geraghty, who will write weekly about conservative politics. For the past three months, Geraghty has written dispatches for the opinion section on the Republican political scene. He will continue to serve as senior editor for the National Review, where he writes its Campaign Spot blog and Morning Jolt newsletter.
Mary Hadar, who will serve as an editor for editorials. Hadar has deep roots at The Post, having served as editor of The Post’s Style section for 12 years and also as an editor for various sections including Book World, Travel, Weekend and Local Living.
Gabriel Pasquini, who will commission pieces from the Spanish-speaking world and write monthly on Latin American affairs. Pasquini is an Argentinian journalist and fiction writer. He has written two novels, co-authored three non-fiction books and has edited and translated several notable works and story collections.
Ramesh Ponnuru, who will write a weekly column on politics. Ponnuru is editor of National Review and a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He also served as a columnist at Bloomberg Opinion and Time.
Amanda Ripley, who will write regularly with a focus on conflict, human behavior and opinion formation. Ripley has written some of the opinion section’s most enduring pieces. She is the best-selling author of three books and has written for The Atlantic, Politico and was at Time for a decade. She also hosts the weekly Slate podcast How To!
Natasha Sarin, who will write about economics, policy, leadership and related subjects. Sarin was counselor to U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and led the administration’s efforts to modernize the IRS. She served as a professor in the law and business schools at the University of Pennsylvania and currently is an associate professor of law at Yale with a secondary appointment at the Yale School of Management.
Ruy Teixeira, who will write a monthly column on politics and demography and related topics. Teixeira is a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and a co-founder and editor-at-large of the Substack newsletter, The Liberal Patriot. His forthcoming book, with John B. Judis, is Where Have All the Democrats Gone?