Democracy, foreign policy Education: BA in Economics from Emory University ; MA in Political Science from the University of Northern British Columbia Frida Ghitis, a former CNN producer and correspondent, has worked in more than 60 countries, covering the world from the Amazon jungle to Iraq. During her 18 years at CNN she worked in the major events of the times, including wars, revolutions, and presidential summits, with multiple stints in Moscow, Havana, Jerusalem, Buenos Aires, and dozens of points in between. She has reported from Tibet, Burma, Bosnia, and Saudi Arabia, interviewed presidents, guerrilla leaders, as well as activists for democracy, human rights and equality for women. Her writing and reporting has been featured in scores of publications throughout the world. In addition to her print work, she is a frequent on-air commentator, offering analysis and opinion on television and radio in both English and Spanish. Honors & Awards:
Frida was a member of the teams that won multiple journalism awards at CNN for coverage of, among others, the Gulf War, the Oklahoma City bombing, and the collapse of Soviet Union.
Foreign languages spoken: Bilingual in Spanish and English, with working knowledge of French and other Romance languages, and enough to get in and out of trouble in several others languages.
Books by Frida Ghitis:
“The End of Revolution: A Changing World in the Age of Live Television"