Conn Carroll came to the Washington Examiner in April 2010, after serving for more than three years as The Heritage Foundation's Assistant Director for Strategic Communications.
While at Heritage, Conn created Heritage's rapid response blog, The Foundry, and its morning email product, The Morning Bell.
A native of Oakland, California, Conn first moved to Washington in 1996 to attend the George Washington University. Since that time he has worked/interned for a member of Congress, a polling firm, a lobbying firm, a media firm, a federal agency, a federal court, and a litigation firm. Conn first entered journalism in 2006 when he joined National Journal's The Hotline.
Conn is a graduate of the George Mason University Law School and was a member of the D.C. Bar.
He lives in Fairfax with his wife and two children.