Miranda Green is political writer reporting for CNN’s digital team based in Washington, D.C.. Previously she was a political reporter with Scripps News where she reported from Capitol Hill, the White House and covered the 2016 presidential election.
Her expertise includes written content, audio reporting, digital videos, and on-air TV packages and commentary.
Previously she hosted TrailMix 2016, a weekly political podcast for Scripps that covered the big topics during the 2016 election primaries.
Topics she’s covered in her 5+ years of professional journalism experience include the presidential election, Congress, environmental policy, cybersecurity, tech, national security, marijuana policy and women in politics. She’s covered 2 presidential elections and frequently reports from Capitol Hill and the White House.
She’s previously held positions at Newsweek & The Daily Beast as a general news reporter, Inside Washington Publishers covering environmental policy and ABC 7/ News Channel 8 as an Associate Broadcast Producer.
In addition to the hundreds of articles that she’s had published at places including DecodeDC.com, The Daily Beast, The Atlantic, The Huffington Post and CNN, Miranda is a skilled multimedia storyteller.
She graduated cum laude from The George Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communications. It was at school that she cultivated her love for news through working on the college paper, the GW Hatchet as a features editor. She began her career in journalism interning for the Santa Barbara News-Press in the summer of 2009 where she helped cover national stories on the Jesse James Hollywood trial and pop singer Michael Jackson’s death.
When Miranda’s not writing or reading she’s searching for the nearest beach, hiking or trying out new restaurant finds in the city.
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