Sruthi Gottipati is an international journalist based in Paris, where she freelances for France 24 and teaches journalism ethics to graduate students at Sciences Po. She has a decade’s experience in print, television and digital media and loves to explore new ways of storytelling. Previously, as a politics and general news correspondent at Reuters in her native India, Sruthi broke stories on corruption, crafted features on sexual violence and chased a cyclone. She interviewed politicians and powerbrokers during the country’s behemoth elections and covered on-the-ground the seismic shift in the political landscape. Prior to that, Sruthi worked at the New Delhi bureau of The New York Times, where, in addition to reporting across India for the paper, she wrote for India Ink, NYT’s first country-specific blog. Sruthi was also a staff reporter at the Democrat and Chronicle newspaper in upstate New York. She holds a Master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.