Jessica Vascellaro

Jessica Vascellaro
Staff Reporter, Wall Street Journal


Jessica Vascellaro is a reporter for the San Francisco bureau of The Wall Street Journal. In this position, she is responsible for the paper’s news and feature coverage of Google, Yahoo, Facebook and Internet startups. Later this summer, she will take a new post as Deputy Bureau Chief of the Media Bureau of the Wall Street Journal, reporting on technology and media from New York.

Ms. Vascellaro joined the Wall Street Journal in 2005, after graduating from Harvard College. She is a frequent guest on radio and cable television and on WSJ’s live online video shows, The Hub and Digits Live.

Ms. Vascellaro started her career in 2003 as an intern reporter for the Associated Press and was named executive editor of the Harvard Crimson, the college’s daily newspaper, in 2004.

She also served as an intern reporter for The Boston Globe, a position she held for the summer of 2004.


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