Jina Moore is the Editor-in-Chief of Guernica, a global magazine of arts and politics. She is a member of the editorial board for Adi Magazine, a literary journal dedicated to rehumanizing policy, and the board of advisors for Off Assignment.
Previously, she was the East Africa Bureau Chief for The New York Times and a senior foreign correspondent and the inaugural global women's rights reporter at BuzzFeed News. She has been based in East Africa since 2008.
Ms. Moore began her career as a freelance reporter for The Christian Science Monitor, based in Rwanda. She has worked from more than 30 countries, in radio, video, print and digital journalism. Her work has received many awards, including fellowships with the Pulitzer Center, the International Reporting Project, and the International Women's Media Foundation. She has published with The New Yorker, Lapham's Quarterly, The Atlantic, the Columbia Journalism Review, among others, and in Best American Travel Writing and Best American Science Writing.
Ms. Moore has been a Truman Scholar, a Fulbright Fellow, and an Ochberg Fellow of the Dart Center on Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University. She regularly advises, trains, and teaches on trauma-informed reporting practices and has contributed to best practices guides, developed by the Dart Centre Europe, of the UK government's Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative and the global Journalism Initiative on Gender-Based Violence of the Center for Women's Global Leadership at Rutgers University.