Meet The Washington Post's
JOEY MARBURGER

Careers - Joey’s Story
 Conduit for Ideas
Joey’s Story
Conduit for Ideas
With a bachelor’s in digital communications from Purdue—a fusion between computer science and journalism—Joey graduated with the perfect set of skills for the digital disruption of news. Joining The Washington Post as a senior digital designer in 2010, Joey’s role has grown due to his passion for experimentation, hard work, and fearless focus on the future.
Careers - What Joey Does
 Director of Product
What Joey Does
Director of Product
Balancing between long-term strategy and the daily nitty-gritty, Joey leads his team—composed of roughly 30 designers, engineers, and product managers—as they create and manage The Washington Post’s digital portfolio of products. That portfolio includes web content, apps, and distributed news on third-parties like Facebook and Snapchat, all supporting the newsroom, the business, and readers.
 
 
“The willingness to jump without knowing where the ground is goes far at The Post. We reward mistakes here, just as we reward successes—so long as you learn from them, are constantly executing new ideas, and communicating clearly.”
 
“The willingness to jump without knowing where the ground is goes far at The Post. We reward mistakes here, just as we reward successes—so long as you learn from them, are constantly executing new ideas, and communicating clearly.”
 
 
“With product, we’re making sure our journalism reaches our readers, furthers people's knowledge, and supports democracy. It’s a public service that keeps me passionate.”
 
“With product, we’re making sure our journalism reaches our readers, furthers people's knowledge, and supports democracy. It’s a public service that keeps me passionate.”