Sources confirm that “Heard on the Hill” (HOH) columnist Ali McSherry has resigned from her position after four years with the newsgroup. McSherry’s departure leaves vacant the pub’s iconic column that boasts an impressive roster of alumni such as CNN White House correspondent Ed Henry. You’ll remember that Elizabeth Brotherton, the column’s lead writer, resigned last month to pursue a position as the new media senior writer and editor for Green Media Toolshed’s Netcentric Campaign Division.
Prior to taking the wheel of HOH, Ali served as a Senate reporter and the paper’s chief feature writer. No word yet on McSherry’s next move but we wish her luck.
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