Before joining the Pulitzer Center, Tom Hundley was a newspaper journalist for 36 years, including nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune. During that time he served as the Tribune's bureau chief in Jerusalem, Warsaw, Rome and London, reporting from more than 60 countries. He has covered three wars in the Persian Gulf, the Arab-Israeli conflict and the rise of Iran's post-revolutionary theocracy.
In the mid-90's, he spent several years in the Balkans reporting on the violent break-up of Yugoslavia. He covered Eastern Europe's transition from communism to democracy, Northern Ireland's transition from war to peace and the Vatican's transition from John Paul II to Benedict XVI.
In addition to the years overseas, Tom has spent time at U.S. newspapers large, medium and small, from the Middletown (NY) Times-Herald Record and the Bergen Record in Hackensack, N.J. to the Detroit Free Press and the Tribune. His work has won numerous journalism awards.
He has taught at the American University in Dubai and at Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois.
Tom graduated from Georgetown University and holds a master's degree in international relations from the University of Pennsylvania. He was also a National Endowment for the Humanities journalism fellow at the University of Michigan.