Carole Feldman

Carole Feldman is the interim faculty director of the Master’s in Journalism at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies.

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Within the Journalism program, Feldman teaches the Ethics and Capstone courses. She is currently a news editor in the Washington bureau of the Associated Press (AP) and a co-leader of the national education team.

In her role at the AP, Feldman oversees coverage of domestic policy under President Donald Trump, including health, the environment, education, housing, veterans affairs, and other beats. She also serves as an elections analyst, helping call presidential, Senate and gubernatorial races. During her tenure, she has supervised coverage of the White House, Congress, national security and the economy, as well as presidential and congressional elections.

She has a special interest in journalism ethics and served as a member of the ethics committee for the Society of Professional Journalists for 10 years. She has been an adjunct faculty member of The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars since 2008, most recently teaching a media ethics course. 

Feldman earned a Master’s in Journalism from Boston University and a Bachelor’s in Journalism from Pennsylvania State University.