Emily Goodin is a writer and communications specialist with more than a dozen years of experience working in Washington D.C.
She began her career as a journalist, starting out as an intern at The Hotline, where she covered political campaigns and society events, eventually working her way up to editor. She moved to The Hill newspaper in 2008, where she helped invigorate their campaign coverage and worked on fun projects like The 50 Most Beautiful List.
Throughout her career she has attended seven political conventions and covered four presidential races and 13 cycles of Senate and House races. She has traveled across the country – from New Hampshire to California – covering campaigns.
She also has covered a variety of social events, ranging from the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, the Academy Awards, the Real Housewives of D.C., and the Kennedy Center Honors.
She now works in a non-partisan job for the House of Representatives, doing communication work for the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer.
In her free time, she works as freelance writer for publications like US Weekly, reads, and is learning to cook. She lives in Arlington, Va.