Grace Gedye is an editor at the Washington Monthly.
Before joining as an editor in November 2018, Grace was an editorial intern for the Monthly. Her work has also appeared in the Atlantic, the Los Angeles Times, the Seattle Times, the Boston Globe, and the Brookings Institution’s FixGov blog. She is a graduate of Pomona College.
Grace can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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