The Washington Post opinions section has hired Amanda Shendruk from Quartz to be a graphics reporter and developer.
At Quarts, Shendruk was on the Things team, which is chiefly responsible for Quartz’s data-driven, visual, interactive and experimental journalism.
She also worked at the Council on Foreign Relations, where she was its first data-visualization designer. There she worked with journalists and researchers to enhance their work with graphics and visualization, and also reported and published her own stories and analyses. Prior to CFR, she worked at Maclean’s Magazine in Toronto and the Guardian in London in editorial roles.
She won a SABEW award for highlighting colorism in the fashion and beauty industries.