Podcast Ep. 154: Anne Bouleanu, Freelance Journalist March 26, 2017

Podcast Ep. 154: Anne Bouleanu, Freelance Journalist

Our latest podcast guest is Anne Bouleanu, a freelance journalist from Chicago.


Bouleanu has worked in digital media and television covering a range of topics including U.S. politics, women’s rights, conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa, political tensions in South America, and police brutality and race relations in the United States. She covered the primaries during the 2016 U.S. presidential race, focusing on policy issues and increasing divisions among the American electorate.

During her time at Al Jazeera America, Bouleanu produced breaking news segments as well as packages on underreported global issues. Prior to this, she worked at Bloomberg TV focusing on global and domestic financial news.

Jessica spoke with Bouleanu about her experience in South America over the summer, their experiences as women in a largely male workplace, and what the media will look like under Donald Trump. (Full disclosure: They’ve been friends and coworkers for years… in case that’s not abundantly clear!)

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