Caroline Hendrie is the executive director of the Education Writers Association, the national professional organization for members of the news media who cover education. She leads strategy, development and programming for the nonprofit organization in support of its mission to strengthen the community of education writers and improve the quality of education coverage to better inform the public.
Kim Clark is an assistant director of the Education Writers Association, where she plays a leading role in directing EWA programming on education beyond high school. Previously, she served as a senior writer for Money magazine, where her reporting focused heavily on the financial costs of higher education. She previously covered higher education for U.S. News & World Report and created Financialaidletter.com, the first site to post real financial aid letters and show how confusing they can be.
Tracee Eason is EWA’s administrative coordinator and events assistant.
Allison Kowalski is a program specialist at the Education Writers Association. She helps to plan content for EWA seminars, conducts research and writes for the organization’s website, and supports other EWA programs. Her primary area of focus is higher education.
David Loewenberg is a program specialist at the Education Writers Association. He develops content for EWA events, conducts research and writes for the organization’s website, and supports other EWA programs.
Emily Richmond is the public editor of the Education Writers Association. She coordinates programming and training opportunities for members and provides individualized reporting and writing help to journalists. She also hosts the EWA Radio podcast, and authors EWA’s “The Educated Reporter” blog.
Brooke Watson is the events coordinator for the Education Writers Association. She works with program and leadership staff to plan professional development seminars across the country, including EWA’s flagship National Seminar.
Rick Wilson is the web & multimedia specialist for the Education Writers Association. In addition to managing technical aspects of the EWA website, he has a hand in the production of EWA Radio podcasts, webinars, and other technical areas that support the day to day operations at EWA.