Jeffrey E. Stern
Jeffrey E. Stern is a writer and development worker whose reporting from Afghanistan, Kashmir, and elsewhere has been published by The Atlantic. The New Republic, Slate, Foreign Policy, Esquire, Time, Newsweek/The Daily Beast, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Duke Magazine and other publications. His second book, The 15:17 to Paris, became a major motion picture directed by Clint Eastwood and released by Warner Brothers Entertainment. His development work includes launching the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women initiative in Afghanistan, and building a State Department-funded, student-produced museum series with exhibitions in Kabul and Philadelphia.
Originally from Philadelphia, he received his bachelor's degree from Duke University and a masters in International Policy Studies from Stanford University.