Emily Goligoski is the incoming senior director of audience research at The Atlantic. She previously served as research director for the Membership Puzzle Project at New York University after working as a user experience researcher at The New York Times. Emily completed her Master’s degree in Learning, Design & Technology at Stanford. She previously worked at Chicago Public Radio (WBEZ) and studied journalism at Northwestern. Emily has written for The Guardian, Columbia Journalism Review, and other sites that produce coverage worth paying for.
Emily’s work on Source
Articles by Emily
Our Industry Needs to Invest in Childcare, Especially for Conferences
Arranging childcare for work-related travel can be an expensive nightmare. There is a better way.Posted on
On the difficulty of journalism professionals arranging night and weekend care for their children and how employers, allies, conference conveners and other parents can help.
Caregiving in and around Journalism
What we’ve learned about taking care of people while working in newsPosted on
The pressures on news staff to be resourceful and to deliver have never been greater. The stresses involved are compounded by our day-to-day caregiving responsibilities for our children, parents, and friends, among others.
Q&A with Emily Goligoski
Research at the NYT + the brand-new Membership Puzzle ProjectPosted on
Emily Goligoski has spent nearly three years doing deep-dive ethnographic research as user experience research lead at the New York Times, where she analyzed reader interactions with breaking news stories, studied millennial news junkies, and more. Goligoski recently announced that she is leaving the Times to join the brand-new Membership Puzzle Project, a collaborative effort between De Correspondent and NYU, and kindly agreed to speak with us during her transition between projects.