Jina Moore is a foreign reporter based in East Africa for more than a decade, writing for The New Yorker, Foreign Policy, the Christian Science Monitor, and many other publications. Most recently, she was the East Africa Bureau Chief for The New York Times. Previously, she was the Global Women’s Rights reporter and Senior Foreign Correspondent for BuzzFeed News, where she won acclaim for her ground-breaking coverage of the Ebola crisis, and a senior nonfiction editor at Guernica Magazine. She has won many awards and fellowships for her work, including the Elizabeth Neuffer Gold Medal from the United Nations Correspondents Association, several fellowships from the Pulitzer Center, and a Fulbright Fellowship in Journalism. She has been a visiting lecturer in journalism at the College of William and Mary, from 2011 to 2013, and a visiting scholar at New York University's Arthur L Carter Institute of Journalism. Her earlier work on female genital cutting, in central Somalia, was shortlisted for a ONE World Media Award in 2015.