Andrea Seabrook

Founder of DecodeDC

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Andrea Seabrook is the founder of DecodeDC. Seabrook, who joined Scripps News in the fall of 2013, left NPR in July 2012 where she was a long-time Congressional Correspondent. Seabrook hosted Weekend All Things Considered, was a regular guest host of All Things Considered, Weekend Edition, and Talk of the Nation, and worked with NPR's Planet Money team. She has a bachelors degree from Earlham College, and worked and studied for several years in Mexico City. Seabrook even had a bit-part in the prime time telenovela, Demasiado Corazon.

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