Jodi Enda is a senior fellow with the Women’s Initiative at American Progress. She is a nationally known, award-winning journalist specializing in politics and policy. Previously, she served as editor-in-chief of ThinkProgress; spearheaded CNN’s 2016 election book, Unprecedented: The Election That Changed Everything; and covered the White House, Congress, presidential campaigns, and national news for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Knight Ridder newspapers. Enda has won awards for investigative reporting, deadline reporting, White House coverage, and media coverage. She is a former president of the Journalism and Women Symposium and a former member of the White House Correspondents’ Association board of directors.

By Jodi Enda
‘You Might See People Digging In’: Can Joe Biden Actually Sway Obama-Trump Voters?Vanity FairJuly 29, 2020
Are most women who run for president unlikable? Asking is sexist, yet many voters agree.USA TodayNovember 12, 2019