Elena Moore Elena Moore is an editorial assistant for NPR's Washington Desk working as the researcher for the 2020 campaign.
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Elena Moore

Editorial Assistant, Washington Desk

Elena Moore is an editorial assistant for NPR's Washington Desk working as the researcher for the 2020 campaign. She previously worked at NBC News and is also a proud former Washington Desk intern. Moore is a graduate from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and is originally from Brooklyn, N.Y.

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The Cat Who Came Back: Patches, Believed Killed In Mudslide, Shows Up 3 Years Later

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