Neema Roshania Patel, founding editor of The Washington Post’s news site for millennial women, The Lily, dies at 35
Neema Roshania Patel, a founding editor of The Washington Post’s news site for millennial women, The Lily, and most recently an editor with the Next Generation audience development team working to cultivate a younger and more diverse readership, died Oct. 24 at a hospital in Washington. She was 35.
The cause was gastric cancer, said her husband, Akshar Patel.
After working for print, online and broadcast outlets, Roshania Patel joined The Post in 2016 as a digital editor before helping launch The Lily
the next year. As deputy editor, she helped build The Lily into a website focused on original and curated material for and about women and helped grow the brand in newsletters and social media platforms including Instagram and Twitter., reports The Washington Post.
PHOTO: Neema Roshania Patel in 2018. (Jesse Dittmar for The Washington Post)
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