Riley Rogerson is based in Washington, D.C. and covers Alaska's congressional delegation for the Anchorage Daily News. Prior to joining the ADN, Rogerson was earning her bachelor’s degree at Georgetown University with majors in history and government. Her love of journalism started as a reporter for Georgetown’s student newspaper, The Hoya, where she worked her way up to editor-in-chief. Rogerson has interned for her hometown paper, the Bucks County Courier Times in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, covering police, politics, preschools and more. She has also reported for Philadelphia magazine, the Investigative Reporting Workshop and Public Health Watch.
The Anchorage Daily News is the most-read paper and news site in Alaska, with a mission to hold a mirror to the state, hold officials and institutions accountable and provide robust, high-quality news and information. A history of public service journalism, this news organization has earned three Pulitzers for public service, the most recent in 2020 in collaboration with ProPublica.
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