Adrienne Shih is a former audience engagement editor for national politics who was based out the Los Angeles Times’ Washington, D.C. bureau. She has previously worked at Foreign Policy, the Washington Post and CNN. Born in Taipei, Shih was raised in Arcadia and graduated from UC Berkeley.
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