Prue Clarke, director of the International Reporting Program
Prue Clarke is a multimedia journalist and media development specialist. Her reporting has appeared in major magazines and on many television and radio networks. Since 2004, Prue has covered war, reconstruction, women, children, business and development in the African countries of Ghana, eastern Congo, Rwanda, Uganda, Nigeria, Senegal and Sierra Leone.
Anna Therese Day, Intro to International Reporting
Anna Therese Day is an award-winning independent journalist and social media researcher. Her work has been featured in CNN, Vice, Huffington Post, The New York Times Women of the World, Al Jazeera English, CBS, and numerous print outlets, translated into Arabic, English, Hebrew, and Spanish.
Azmat Khan, Reporting on Terrorism, Fundamentalism and Extremism
Azmat Khan is an award-winning investigative journalist and a Future of War Fellow at New America. Her reporting for PBS FRONTLINE, Al Jazeera, and BuzzFeed Investigations has brought her to Egypt, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and other conflict zones.
Issam Khoury, International Journalist in Residence
Issam Khoury is a well-known freelance journalist and civil rights activist who for more than a decade has faced consistent threats from the Syrian regime as the result of his work. In his role as the school’s International Journalist in Residence, he will share his experiences and expertise in the Middle East with students in the International Reporting program. The school will also give him a platform to write and continue his work.
Ernesto Londoño, Global Human Rights Reporting
Ernesto Londoño joined the editorial board of The New York Times in September 2014. He previously worked at The Washington Post, where he covered the Pentagon and served as a foreign correspondent.
David Rohde, Advanced International Reporting; Reporting on Terrorism, Fundamentalism and Extremism
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner David Rohde is an investigative reporter for Reuters. He served as a Reuters foreign affairs columnist from 2011 to 2013 and is a former reporter for The New York Times and Christian Science Monitor. His most recent book is “Beyond War: Reimagining America’s Role and Ambitions in a New Middle East.”
Andrew Rosenthal, Intro to International Reporting
Andrew Rosenthal became an op-ed columnist for The New York Times in June 2016 after more than nine years as the editorial page editor. He previously served as deputy editorial page editor, assistant managing editor, foreign editor, national editor and Washington editor.
Jyoti Thottam, Global Human Rights Reporting
Jyoti Thottam is a digital news editor at Al Jazeera America, where she writes and edits enterprise stories about Asia and the U.S. She joined Al Jazeera after 13 years as a writer and editor at Time magazine, including four years as South Asia Bureau chief based in New Delhi.