Asia Pacific editor, Times Higher Education - https://www.timeshighereducation.com/
Education Reporter at New Zealand Herald
Europe reporter at Times Higher Education, & freelance writer.
Claire Zillman is a New York-based journalist for Fortune covering management, labor, workforce trends, and the pipeline of business talent, including internships, higher education, and recruiting. Zillman joined Fortune in September 2013. She previously worked for The American Lawyer magazine, where she covered litigation and legal affairs and wrote six cover stories. Zillman attended the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and earned degrees in journalism and history. A native of Maywood, Illinois, Zillman lives in Brooklyn.
Education ed S. Times. Finalist Reporter of the Year Press Awards 2015 & Specialist reporter 2017.
Jane Bird is an award-winning freelance business and technology journalist working for national newspapers, business and consumer publications. She writes a monthly column on IT for FT.com and contributes regularly to the Financial Times and The Economist on topics such as digital business, human resources, green energy, sustainability, retail, science, health, medicine and education.
Reporter covering higher education @WSJ. I like scoops, including those made of ice cream
A graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Lucinda has written at Hong Kong's South China Morning Post and McClatchy's News and Observer, on topics including business, politics, education, arts and culture.
Janet Lorin writes about higher education, focusing on college admissions, financial aid and student debt. Since she joined Bloomberg News in April 2008, she has also written about the nonprofit testing industry, university presidents who sit on corporate boards and the impact of the economic downturn on university finances.
@WashingtonPost education reporter. Formerly of the Steel City and the Golden State
Sally Weale is education correspondent for the Guardian.
Christina Veiga is a reporter for Chalkbeat New York covering early childhood education, school diversity and the Department of Education. She previously covered K-12 education for the Miami Herald.
Annie Nova is a reporter on the personal finance team, covering education. Prior to CNBC, she was an editorial intern at MONEY. She reported in the South Bronx for two years for local newspapers. Her work has also appeared on WNYC and in The New York Post.
Marie Wilson has worked full-time for the Daily Herald since September 2010. She has been covering Naperville since June 2013 after starting in Aurora and Lombard. At the Herald, she has been part of coverage teams that have won five awards for public service, community service, non-deadline and deadline reporting and education reporting. Her work on the 2014 series “Heroin in the Suburbs: Through their Eyes” netted three of those awards, including recognition from the Chicago Headline Club, Illinois Associated Press Media Editors and the Illinois Press Association.
education reporter for The Journal Gazette.
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