Clarissa Ward

Chief International Correspondent @ CNN

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Clarissa Ward, born in London, England, is an acclaimed journalist known for her fearless reporting from some of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones. Ward’s journey into journalism began at Yale University, where she studied Comparative Literature before earning a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.

Since then, Ward has reported from conflict zones like Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Ukraine, and Yemen, providing invaluable insights into war, terrorism, and humanitarian crises. Her work has earned her prestigious awards including the George Polk Award, the Murrow Award, and the Peabody Award.

As Chief International Correspondent for CNN and CBS, Ward’s reporting has been instrumental in bringing attention to global issues. Her compassion and integrity shine through in her coverage, reflecting a commitment to ethical journalism. Ward’s courage in the face of danger and her dedication to truth serve as an inspiration to journalists worldwide.

Beyond her professional achievements, Ward is respected for her empathy and deep respect for the people she encounters in her reporting. She continues to remind the world of the importance of journalism in fostering understanding and driving change. Clarissa Ward’s fearless pursuit of truth has made her a beacon of integrity in the field of journalism, leaving an indelible mark on the profession.

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