Alexis Madrigal

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Alexis Madrigal
Born
ResidenceWashington D.C.
Alma materHarvard University, B.A. (magna cum laude)

Alexis Madrigal is an American journalist.

In 2010, Madrigal began working for The Atlantic.[1] In 2014, he was promoted to deputy editor of TheAtlantic.com.[2] He joined Fusion later in the year as part of a "big-name hiring spree" for the new media channel,[3] "one of the hot-shot journalists on which Fusion is pinning its hopes."[4] He has also written for Wired. In 2014, he spoke at the Aspen Ideas Festival alongside Tony Fadell as part of the panel discussion "A New and Promising Energy Future".[5] He graduated from Harvard University in 2004.[6]

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  • Madrigal, Alexis (2011). Powering the dream: the history and promise of green technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Da Capo Press. ISBN 9780306820991.

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