September 29, 2020

Board of Governors

Paula Dwyer
President

Paula Dwyer has 40 years of experience as a reporter and editor, including 20 at BusinessWeek magazine, five at The New York Times, and the last 11 at Bloomberg, where

Azmat Khan
First Vice President

Azmat Khan is a contributing writer at The New York Times Magazine and has served four terms on the OPC board. She is an award-winning investigative journalist who’s spent the last decade

Douglas Jehl
Second Vice President

Douglas Jehl is foreign editor for The Washington Post and has spent three decades covering international stories. The Post’s international coverage is expanding rapidly; now including 28 correspondents in 20 locations outside

Scott Kraft
Third Vice President

Scott Kraft is managing editor of the Los Angeles Times and a former foreign correspondent who spent a decade abroad for the Times – in Johannesburg, Nairobi and Paris. He covered Nelson

Josh Fine
Secretary

Josh Fine is a senior segment producer for HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.” He led the show’s reporting team for “The Lords of the Rings,” which won the OPC’s

Deborah Amos
Treasurer

Deborah Amos has been an international correspondent for three decades, covering the Middle East for NPR, PBS and ABC-TV and served as a Vice President of the Overseas Press Club

J. David Ake
Active Board

J. David Ake is the director of photography at The Associated Press. At the AP, he held many photo leadership positions and key assignments: photo editing the massacre at Columbine

John Avlon
Active Board

John Avlon is a senior political analyst and fill-in anchor at CNN’s New Day, a columnist and author of 5 books, and the editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast from 2013-2018.

Farnaz Fassihi
Active Board

Farnaz Fassihi has been a journalist for 25 years specializing in conflict reporting, the Middle East and  diplomacy. She is currently a contributing writer for The New York Times and

Linda Fasulo
Active Board

Linda Fasulo is a reporter and author specializing in the United Nations and U.S. foreign policy for NPR at the UN. Other professional experience includes working as UN producer and correspondent

Albert Goldson
Active Board

Albert Goldson is a freelance journalist based in New York, specializing in geopolitical and urban security. He has also served as a guest on podcast and cable TV programs. 

Charles Graeber
Active Board

Charles Graeber is a New York Times bestselling author, an award winning journalist and contributor to numerous publications including Wired, GQ, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, National Geographic, Men’s Journal, Bloomberg

Hendrik Hinzel
Active Board

Hendrik Hinzel is an associate producer at VICE News where over the past four years he has worked on documentaries about Iran’s influence in Iraq, the resurgence of far-right movements

Derek Kravitz
Active Board

Derek Kravitz is a reporter covering federal politics and government at ProPublica, the New York-based investigative nonprofit. Previously, he was ProPublica’s director of research from 2016 to 2018 and a

Marjorie Miller
Active Board

Marjorie Miller is vice president and global enterprise editor for The Associated Press. Previously, she ran the AP’s Latin America and Caribbean coverage from Mexico City for five years. Prior

Rod Nordland
Active Board

Rod Nordland has been an OPC member since 1985, when he worked at Newsweek, where he was chief foreign correspondent. He is now international correspondent at large (as well as Kabul bureau chief) at The New York

Adriane Quinlan
Active Board

Adriane Quinlan is the Supervising Writer for VICE News Tonight. She has 15 years of experience as a reporter and television news writer. She previously worked at CNN International and The

Peter Spiegel
Active Board

Peter Spiegel is US managing editor for the Financial Times. He became head of editorial operations in the U.S. for the FT in 2019, after nearly a decade overseas as

Liam Stack
Treasurer

Liam Stack is a politics reporter for The New York Times. Before that, he was a general assignment reporter covering national and international issues for the Times. He was the editor

Sandra Stevenson
Active Board

Sandra Stevenson is assistant editor in the photography department at The New York Times. She oversees digital photo editors on the news desk, and works on visual content for Race/Related

Ishaan Tharoor
Active Board

Ishaan Tharoor is a foreign affairs writer at The Washington Post, where he has been for the past five and a half years. Tharoor anchors a daily column on global

Marina Guevara Walker
Active Board

Marina Guevara Walker is executive editor at the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. She spent the past 15 years at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), where she managed

Vivienne Walt
Active Board

Vivienne Walt is a seasoned correspondent, currently for TIME magazine & Fortune, based in Paris, and reporting from Africa, the Middle East and Europe. She has reported from more than

Michael Williams
Active Board

Michael Williams is global enterprise editor at Reuters. He joined Reuters in 2011 to establish an international investigative, explanatory and data journalism team. The team's work earned Reuters its first

Brian Byrd
Associate Board

Brian Byrd is a program officer for the New York State Health Foundation, overseeing the Foundation’s $3 million Special Projects Fund. Before joining the Foundation, Byrd was the director for

Bill Collins
Associate Board

Bill Collins is a communications consultant who formerly worked as communications director at Ford Motor Company based in New York. He applies his communications experience to raise the club’s profile. He has

Emma Daly
Associate Board

Emma Daly is the acting deputy executive director for media at Human Rights Watch. She served almost 20 years as a foreign correspondent and joined Human Rights Watch in 2005. She

Pete Engardio
Associate Board

Pete Engardio is a senior writer for the Boston Consulting Group, where he specializes in global business topics. Previously, he was with BusinessWeek for 24 years, where in addition to five

Laurie Hays
Associate Board

Laurie Hays is managing director of special situations for Edelman and advises on strategic, financial and corporate governance communications. She spent almost 35 years in journalism, starting out in New