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List of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism people

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Following is a list of notable alumni and faculty of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism a graduate school of the American Columbia University, located in New York City, New York.

A–G




  • Adamu Adamu, minister of education in Nigeria

  • Margot Adler, anchor, National Public Radio

  • Ebenezer Ako-Adjei, Ghanaian politician; a founding father of Ghana; member of the Big Six

  • Daniel Arnall, executive producer for news, Bloomberg Television; former senior producer for business coverage, ABC News

  • Amotz Asa-El, senior commentator, former executive editor, Jerusalem Post.

  • Spencer Bailey, editor-in-chief, Surface

  • Russ Baker, investigative reporter, founder of The Real News Project and editor-in-chief of whowhatwhy.org.

  • David W. Ball, novelist and short-story writer

  • Wayne Barrett, senior editor and investigative reporter, Village Voice

  • Ralph Begleiter, distinguished journalist in residence, University of Delaware

  • Elizabeth Benjamin, political reporter, Daily News

  • Robert Henry Best, propagandist for Nazi Germany

  • Ryan Blitstein, freelance business reporter

  • Louis Boccardi, retired CEO, Associated Press; Freedom Forum Foundation

  • Geraldine Brooks, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist

  • Paul J. Browne,vice president public affairs, University of Notre Dame; former NYPD deputy commissioner.

  • Pat Buchanan, GOP strategist, presidential advisor, presidential candidate, conservative columnist, television commentator

  • Elizabeth Bumiller, correspondent, The New York Times

  • Greg Burke, senior communications adviser with Vatican's Secretariat of State (2012–)

  • Robert Campbell, architect and journalist; former architecture critic, The Boston Globe

  • Bennett Cerf, co-founder of Random House (deceased)

  • David Cho, journalist for The Washington Post

  • Leah Hager Cohen, writer, formerly of Houghton Mifflin

  • Lisa R. Cohen, Emmy-winning television producer, author

  • Richard Cohen, former reporter and columnist, Washington Post

  • Sheila Coronel, Academic Dean at Columbia Journalism School and winner of the 2003 Magsaysay Award for Journalism, Literature and the Creative Communication Arts

  • Judith Crist, film and television critic; professor, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism

  • May Cutler, publisher, founder of Tundra Books; first Canadian woman to publish children's books; first woman to serve as Mayor of Westmount, Quebec

  • Sadanand Dhume, author

  • Jonathan Dunn-Rankin, actor, television journalist and gay activist

  • Barkha Dutt, former managing director, NDTV 24/7, India

  • Yashica Dutt, writer

  • Jim Dwyer, reporter, The New York Times

  • Thomas Byrne Edsall, Joseph Pulitzer II and Edith Pulitzer Moore Professor, Columbia School of Journalism 2006-2014; Washington Post; contributing op ed writer "The New York Times"

  • Alan Ehrenhalt, senior editor for Governing, contributing writer to The New York Times, etc.

  • Aatos Erkko, Finnish publishing magnate, owner of Sanoma Corporation, son of foreign minister Eljas Erkko

  • Lolis Eric Elie, journalist, documentary filmmaker; Columbia Graduate School of Journalism "2012 Alumni of the Year"

  • Helen Epstein arts journalist, author Children of the Holocaust and nine other no-fiction books

  • Stephan Faris, freelance journalist, has written from Africa and Middle East, primarily for Time magazine

  • Howard Fineman, editorial director and reporter for The Huffington Post; MSNBC contributor

  • Rob Fishman, co-founder of Niche, a company acquired by Twitter

  • Cardinal John P. Foley, Grand Master of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre

  • Robert Giles, curator, The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University

  • David Gonzalez, journalist, The New York Times

  • John M. Goshko, M.A., journalist for The Washington Post

  • Mel Gussow, former theatre critic, The New York Times (deceased)


H–M




  • LynNell Hancock, education writer; professor, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism

  • Donna Hanover, co-host, WOR radio morning show; ex-wife of Rudy Giuliani

  • James Higdon, author of a nonfiction book on the Cornbread Mafia, cannabis journalist for POLITICO and the Washington Post, and co-founder of Cornbread HempCornbread Hemp website https://www.cornbreadhemp.com/cbd-oil/

  • Hy Hollinger, entertainment trade editor and journalist (The Hollywood Reporter, Variety)

  • Molly Ivins, reporter, author and syndicated political columnist

  • Paul Janensch, former executive editor of The Courier-Journal

  • Nigel Jaquiss, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for Willamette Week

  • Soterios Johnson, host of NPR’s Morning Edition on WNYC

  • Mary Jordan, Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist for the Washington Post

  • Kwame Karikari, Ghanaian journalist and academic; Director General of Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (1982-1984)

  • Frederick Kempe, president and chief executive officer, Atlantic Council of the United States

  • Philip Klein (editor)

  • Steve Kroft, journalist, 60 Minutes

  • Madeleine M. Kunin, former Governor of Vermont; Marsh scholar-professor at large, University of Vermont; founder of Institute for Sustainable Communities

  • Howard Kurtz, media reporter, The Washington Post; host of CNN's "Reliable Sources"

  • Erik Larson, author of The Devil in the White City; contributor, Time magazine; 2004 Edgar Award; finalist National Book Award

  • Joseph Lelyveld, former executive editor and columnist, The New York Times; Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author

  • Juanita León, Colombian journalist; and founder, La Silla Vacía website

  • Flora Lewis, foreign-affairs columnist, The New York Times (deceased)

  • Bill Lichtenstein, president, Lichtenstein Creative Media

  • A. J. Liebling, journalist closely associated with The New Yorker from 1935 until his death

  • Robert L. Lynn, president of Louisiana College from 1975 to 1997; former journalist"Dr. Lynn is slated by Lions", Minden Press-Herald, Minden, Louisiana, September 24, 1975, p. 1

  • Andrea Mackris, CNN producer

  • Suzanne Malveaux, White House correspondent, CNN

  • Gabriele Marcotti, sports writer

  • Mark Mathabane, writer and lecturer

  • Eileen McNamara, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, The Boston Globe; professor of journalism at Brandeis University

  • John McWethy, former national security correspondent, ABC News (deceased)

  • Andrew Meldrum, South African correspondent, The Guardian and The Observer

  • Carol Marbin Miller, Senior Investigative Reporter, The Miami Herald

  • Janice Min, media executive, oversees Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter, former editor of Us Weekly

  • Glenford Mitchell, retired member of the Universal House of Justice

  • Michele Montas, spokesperson, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; formerly with Radio Haiti

  • Walt Mossberg, Executive Editor, The Verge and co-founder, Re/code

  • Ali Mustafa, broadcast journalist, CNBC 2005-2006, Dawn News TV 2006-2009


N–Z




  • Alanna Nash, journalist and biographer; Society of Professional Journalists' 1994 National Member of the Year

  • Viveca Novak, Washington correspondent for Time; frequent guest on CNN, NBC, PBS, and Fox

  • Timothy L. O'Brien, editor, The New York Times Sunday Business section; has written for The Wall Street Journal

  • Mirta Ojito, contributor, The New York Times; Pulitzer Prize winner for National Reporting in 2001; professor, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism

  • Ralph Judson Palmer, California newspaper publisher

  • Malini Parthasarathy, former Editor, The Hindu

  • Gabe Pressman (1924–2017), long-time New York City reporter

  • John Quiñones, ABC News host and correspondent

  • Narasimhan Ram, editor-in-chief, The Hindu

  • Robin Reisig, professor, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism

  • Gianni Riotta, editor-in-chief of Il Sole 24 Ore, former editor in chief of TG1 (RAI)

  • Geraldo Rivera, television reporter and talk show host

  • Manuel Rivera-Ortiz, documentary photographer

  • Tanya Rivero, anchor, ABC News Now

  • B. H. "Johnny" Rogers, former member of both houses of Louisiana State Legislature, faculty member at LSU (deceased)

  • James Rosen, journalist and novelist

  • Tom Rosenstiel, director, Project for Excellence in Journalism

  • Wendy Ruderman, journalist, 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting

  • Christine Sadler, author, journalist, magazine editor (deceased)

  • Dick Schaap, sports journalist, author (deceased)

  • Andre Sennwald, New York Times motion picture critic (deceased)

  • Gail Sheehy, author

  • Howard Simons, former curator of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism

  • Allan Sloan, columnist and editor-at-large, Fortune Magazine

  • Sreenath Sreenivasan, professor, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism; technology reporter

  • Guy Sterling, journalist and The Star Ledger and historian of Newark, NJ history.

  • Alexander Stille, author; contributor, New York Magazine; San Paolo Professor of International Journalism at Columbia University

  • Ron Suskind, author and investigative journalist; former reporter, The Wall Street Journal; Pulitzer Prize winner for Feature Writing in 1995

  • Tara Sutton, reporter, filmmaker

  • Julie Tilsner, writer and journalist

  • Maria Luisa Tucker, writer"CJAS: Contributor's Notes" . Retrieved on 2008-08-18.

  • Mariana van Zeller, Peabody Award-winning television journalist

  • Robert Whitcomb, American newspaperman, author

  • Doris Willens, journalist, playwright and folk singer in the Baby Sitters

  • Valerie Wilson Wesley, author; former executive editor, Essence magazine

  • Emily Witt, author, contributor The New Yorker

  • Wayne Worcester, crime novelist; professor of journalism, University of Connecticut


See also


  • List of Columbia University people

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