Two Scribes to Depart The Daily Caller

By Betsy Rothstein Comment

Two reporters at The Daily Caller are flying the coop for jobs outside the profession. CJ Ciaramella will be reporting for a non-profit. Caroline May will be moving to Rep. Virginia Foxx‘s (R-N.C.) office to become her press secretary.

In a statement to FishbowlDC, Ciaramella, who is known for being among the more talented writers at the publication, wrote, “I will be moving to a new, soon-to-be-named non-profit journalism outfit in Washington, D.C. I love The Daily Caller, and it was nothing but a pleasure and learning experience to work among such talented reporters and editors. I will miss dominating my former colleagues at table tennis. But I’m a sucker for new projects, and this will give me the opportunity to work with a lot of soon-to-be-named friends and
fellow journalists I highly respect. I still plan on contributing articles, bar tabs and table tennis victories to The Caller as often as I can.”

May, too, express gratitude for working at The Daily Caller. She wrote, “It was a pleasure to work at The Daily Caller and it definitely will be tough to leave. The decision to accept a new job was less about leaving The DC and more about the amazing opportunity to work for Rep. Foxx and my home state of North Carolina. As I mentioned, it will be difficult to say goodbye to all the great folks at The DC but we’ll remain friends and I am thrilled to be starting with Rep. Foxx’s team next week.”

Congratulations to both Ciaramella and May.