About Us

Eric Wee

Eric was a staff writer at the Washington Post from 1993 until 2002. He has written for the Metro, Style and the Sunday Magazine sections of the paper and has written numerous front-page stories about the changing cultural shifts in American society. In 1999 he was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in feature writing.

He's also worked at the Oregonian newspaper in Portland, OR, as a general assignment and crime reporter and was a Poynter Institute summer journalism fellow. He has also taught journalism at Georgetown University and at The University of Richmond. Previously, he was a Georgetown University Journalism Fellow and a frequent contributor to the Washington Post Magazine. He grew up in the San Francisco, Bay Area and has degrees from both UCLA, where he played on the national championship varsity tennis team, and Oxford University. He once dreamed of being a professional tennis player.