Marcia Davis is a St. Louis-born journalist who has spent the bulk of her career at The Washington Post, where she’s served on the Metro Desk, in Style and on the National Desk. On National, she edited federal government/federal worker issues, and was a leading editor on the coverage of Ferguson, MO and policing issues in the wake the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in August 2014. She currently is an articles editor and writer for The Washington Post Magazine. She edited its 2016 commemorative, award-winning issue on the National Museum of African American History and Culture. She’s also worked for the Minneapolis Star Tribune and Emerge magazine, where she served as senior editor.