General Scott Gration, the president’s special envoy for Sudan, testified May 12 before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Published by the Pulitzer Center, May 2010. Just returned from travels to East Africa, Gration delivered a message of urgency. While plans to improve Sudan’s security situation in time for the January 2011 referendum on Southern independence lag behind schedule, success is still possible if the international community takes immediate action.
Published by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, April 2010. Koor Garang is one of the “Lost Boys” of Sudan. Forced to flee the country as a child, Garang eventually moved to the U.S. In this interview, Garang discusses his return to Sudan, the dire health situation there, and the upcoming referendum in which South Sudan will vote on whether to secede from the North.
From 2008-2009, I served as a Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholar to Be’er Sheva, Israel. There, I volunteered as an English tutor and video producer for Step Forward, an NGO working to empower the Bedouin population in the city of Rahat. I produced a six-minute promotional video about the group’s English language program for children.
Live reports from Be’er Sheva about rocket attacks and the 2009 Israel-Gaza War for WEWS News Channel 5 in Cleveland (January 2009).
Published by Time.com, Jan. 2008. Looking for a very unique tourist destination? Try Chernobyl, where you can tour the infamous nuclear disaster site.
Ever wondered what actually takes place at a made-to-measure fitting? TIME.com suited up and found out from one of London’s experts. Published in 2007.
Broadcast by KVRR-TV, 2007. Package on the Congressional debate over the State Children’s Health Insurance Program and how it benefits North Dakotan children.
Package on the 2007 Congressional farm bill and key provisions included by Sen. Kent Conrad of North Dakota. Christina Paschyn reporting for FOX-affiliate KVRR TV (Fargo, ND) as station’s political correspondent in Washington, D.C., 2007.