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Darlene Superville

Darlene Superville

Adjunct Lecturer

Darlene Superville is a veteran White House reporter for The Associated Press. 

Superville has been part of a team of reporters providing coverage of the White House for AP members across the U.S. and around the world since 2009, when Barack Obama became the nation’s first Black president. Before the White House assignment, Superville was a supervisor on the AP’s national political desk during the 2008 presidential election. She also performed that role during the 2012, 2004 and 2000 election cycles. Her portfolio on the White House beat includes coverage of first ladies Michelle Obama and Melania Trump. She also covered Congress and spent several years on an enterprise writing team, in addition to other assignments.


Superville has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from New York University.