Media on the Move: May 2023

By Matter

May is in full swing, the flowers are in bloom and this month’s media moves are ready for you. From business, health and tech to consumer and commerce, here are the most recent reporter and journalist updates to help you keep those pitches in tip-top shape.

Bloomberg News

Diani Li now covers venture capital and technology at Bloomberg News, having previously covered distressed debt and leveraged finance beats.


Hayden Field joins CNBC as a tech reporter, previously covering technology as a senior reporter on “Morning Brew.”


Meg Tirrell joins CNN as a medical correspondent, reporting on health and wellness stories across all CNN platforms. Tirrell joins the network from CNBC, where she was most recently the senior health and science reporter.

Dotdash Meredith

Allison Faccenda has been hired as a commerce partnerships writer at Dotdash Meredith, covering fashion, beauty, home, lifestyle and more for InStyle, PEOPLE, Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure and Real Simple. Faccenda was previously a market team writer and video content creator at Buzzfeed.


Nishka Dhawan is now an associate commerce editor at NBC News. Before joining the team, Dhawan was an e-commerce writer at Rolling Stone.


Madison Yauger has been promoted to senior commerce writer at People, where she was previously an entertainment, news, and lifestyle writer.


Christi Calucchia now handles senior commerce editor duties at Prevention, overseeing the shopping guides and product roundups in the health, fitness and wellness sections. She was previously the news editor at

Emily Sher has been promoted to senior parents editor after spending nearly two years as the site’s senior news editor.


Senior cybersecurity writer and editor, Tim Keary, is leaving VentureBeat to freelance.

The Wall Street Journal

Jack Gillum will be joining WSJ, where he will focus on data-driven reporting from the Washington D.C. Bureau. Previously, Gillum covered technology, politics and cybersecurity at Bloomberg.

The Washington Post

Christina Passariello is now a deputy business editor, taking on the personal finance portfolio. Passariello had previously been a technology editor at the Post since 2018.

Laura Stevens has been named technology industry editor after spending nearly four years as a deputy technology editor at The Post.

Women’s Health

Lily Wohlner has been hired as an associate e-commerce editor, working on shopping content including gift guides, roundups, product reviews and deals across beauty, fashion and fitness. Wohlner previously worked as a content associate at Beauty, where she covered skincare and shoppable product roundups.