- Trip: Fellows Fall 2004
- Affiliation during program: Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, MS
- Country: Lebanon
- Year: 2004
Julie Goodman covers mutual funds and regulatory developments for BoardIQ, a Web site in New York owned by the Financial Times. She came to the site from Washington, D.C., where she focused on foreign policy in South Asia and the Middle East as a 2007/08 congressional fellow with the American Political Science Association. Previously, she was a reporter for The (Jackson, MS) Clarion-Ledger. She began at the paper in 2002, covering the Mississippi Statehouse for two and a half years. As a general-assignment, then business, reporter at the Ledger, she also covered Hurricane Katrina recovery, growth and development, and tribal issues. For the International Reporting Project, she traveled to Lebanon to cover Hezbollah and other political developments. She came to Mississippi after spending 15 months in Harare, Zimbabwe, writing for one of the country’s independent newspapers, The Standard, and freelancing for U.S. publications, the Red Cross and other nongovernmental organizations. Before going overseas, she worked at The Associated Press in Providence for one year covering statewide issues and at The Providence Journal for two years covering suburban Providence. She is a graduate of Northwestern University.
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