Two writers have switched beats.
Wednesday, December 9, 2020 12:02 PM
Wolf is a Portland metro native with Catholic roots. After graduating from The George Washington University with a degree in political science, she ran the Oregon Capitol News website in Portland. She then worked in public relations before deciding to stay home with her two toddlers and work as a freelancer. She so loved her freelancing work for the Catholic Sentinel that she accepted an invitation to join the team officially in 2016.
Scott is a California native. She was home-schooled before attending the University of Notre Dame and the University of Dallas, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English. Prior to joining the Sentinel in 2016, Scott lived in Washington, D.C., and worked for the Arlington Catholic Herald newspaper in Virginia. Her writing has garnered many awards from the Catholic Media Association.
Managing editor Ed Langlois asked Wolf and Scott to make the trade.
“Both were doing stellar work, but it’s old newsroom wisdom that shuffling jobs is good now and then,” Langlois said. “It gives fresh perspective.”
Schools should send news tips to Wolf at [email protected]. Parishes should submit ideas to Scott at [email protected].
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