Carol E. Lee is a White House Correspondent for NBC News. She previously covered the White House for The Wall Street Journal where she was responsible for the Journal’s White House coverage, including politics, foreign affairs and domestic policy issues. She also served as president of the White House Correspondents' Association, after serving on its board since 2010.
She also appears regularly on television and radio, including CNN, MSNBC, NPR and Sirius XM, as a commentator with insight on the White House.
She has covered the White House since October 2008. She joined the Journal as White House Correspondent in 2011. Previously, she covered the White House for Politico, starting with President Obama’s transition in Chicago.
Ms. Lee moved to Washington after covering politics in Florida for three years, including the 2008 presidential campaign.
She is a graduate of New York University's school of journalism and lives in Washington with her son, Hudson.