Moscow reporter for the Washington Post. Education: BA in Russian Studies at University College London ; MA in Russian Studies at University College London
Amie Ferris-Rotman is the Moscow correspondent for The Washington Post. She was previously a Moscow correspondent for Reuters from 2007 to 2011, and returned to Russia in 2016 for a second tour, first as a correspondent for The Wall Street Journal and then for Foreign Policy. In between, she covered covered Afghanistan for Reuters; was a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University; and covered the Ukraine conflict for The Atlantic, Politico and Die Zeit. Amie has received grants from the International Reporting Project and the International Women's Media Foundation.
Amie was born in London, England, where she grew up, along with Memphis, Tennessee, and New Mexico. She holds a bachelor and Masters degree in Russian Studies from University College London.
Foreign languages spoken: Russian, some Italian, some Spanish