Darlene Superville is a White House reporter for The Associated Press.
Her journalism career began with the AP in New Jersey, covering Newark and northern and central N.J., and later state politics and government in Trenton. She transferred to Washington in 1994 and has had a variety of reporting assignments, including 1996 Republican vice presidential candidate Jack Kemp; housing and urban affairs, including the NAACP; Congress and enterprise writing.
Darlene was night supervisor of the AP’s political desk in Washington during the 2000,2004 and 2008 presidential campaigns, and for 2012 she ran the dayside political desk for AP.
She has been active in WABJ since coming to Washington, volunteering as a mentor for the Urban Journalism Workshop and coordinating the program from 2003-2007. She previously served on the board of directors.