Georgena Mierow, known also as Georgie, is a journalist working in Washington, D.C.
Georgena currently works as an associate producer for The Hill, a top US political news outlet read by the White House and more lawmakers than any other site. She enjoys covering news related to Congress and the White House.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communications and a minor in French from the George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs in 2022, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with departmental honors.
Georgena is currently a graduate student at the George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs, where she will receive her Master of Arts in Media and Strategic Communications in May of 2023. She will also receive a certificate in documentary filmmaking.
During her work at the D.C. Bureau of Spectrum News, Georgena had the opportunity to interview various lawmakers and high profile individuals, including former Wisconsin Senator and current President of the American Constitution Society Russ Feingold, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, and comedian and talk show host Jon Stewart. Her television news work has been aired on national television. Since moving to Washington D.C., Georgena has covered stories relating to the Supreme Court, Capitol Hill, and the D.C. push to legalize prostitution.
Georgena received an award in 2021 from the American News Women’s Club where she was honored at the National Press Club alongside journalism legends Lesley Stahl, Nina Totenberg, and Susan Zirinsky.
Aside from her studies and work, Georgena enjoys visual and performing arts, playing her violin and clarinet, beekeeping, fashion, and French culture.