Emily Ramshaw Editor

Emily Ramshaw oversees the Trib's editorial operations, from daily coverage to major projects. Previously, she spent six years reporting for The Dallas Morning News, first in Dallas, then in Austin. In April 2009 she was named Star Reporter of the Year by the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors and the Headliners Foundation of Texas. Originally from the Washington, D.C. area, she received a bachelor's degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

Recent Contributions

Livestream: Debra Medina at TribLive

Watch live as Texas Tribune CEO and Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith interviews Debra Medina, a Republican candidate for comptroller and a Tea Party activist.  

Watch live as Texas Tribune CEO and Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith interviews Debra Medina, a Republican candidate for comptroller and a Tea Party activist.  

Livestream: Davis Keynotes Democratic Fundraiser

We're livestreaming gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis' keynote address at a Travis County Democratic Party fundraiser, along with remarks from lieutenant governor hopeful Leticia Van de Putte. All throughout the 2014 election cycle, the Tribune will provide live video coverage from the campaign trail. 

We're livestreaming gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis' keynote address at a Travis County Democratic Party fundraiser, along with remarks from lieutenant governor hopeful Leticia Van de Putte. All throughout the 2014 election cycle, the Tribune will provide live video coverage from the campaign trail. 

Anita Perry: Abortion "Could Be a Woman's Right"

From the 2013 Texas Tribune Festival, Texas First Lady Anita Perry takes part in a one-on-one conversation with Tribune CEO and Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith on Sept. 28, 2013.
From the 2013 Texas Tribune Festival, Texas First Lady Anita Perry takes part in a one-on-one conversation with Tribune CEO and Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith on Sept. 28, 2013.

Texas first lady Anita Perry said Saturday that while there’s no daylight between her and her husband on abortion, it's not her job to judge women who undergo the procedure under state law.