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Zoe Fox

Zambia 2013
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Zoe Fox is a New York-based journalist who reports on sustainable technologies, social media for non-profits and online activism for Mashable, a leading source of news, information and resources headquartered in New York. She currently serves as the site's editorial content coordinator, focused on optimizing feature performance, editing and strategic planning. Previously she worked as a reporter and editorial assistant for the site. Before joining Mashable, she worked for Time.com and had been a reporting intern at the Jerusalem Post. She graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.


  • iSchool Unlocks E-Learning in the Developing World

    {image-1} Rachel Ngongola's second grade class at the Tico Community School is learning to count multiples of 10 on a Wednesday morning in late July. The class of 30 is divided into three...

  • Tour This Tech Innovation Hub in the Middle of Africa

    In early 2011, Google team members visited the University of Zambia to encourage students to participate in the Africa Android Competition. When one student asked the Google presenters what Android was — and...

  • This African Smart Card Helps Catch Disease Outbreaks

    {image-1} Just as any good community healthcare manager should, Ignicious Bulongo has his eyes peeled for disease outbreaks from his post at the Ng'ombe Integrated HIV/TB Clinic, located in the...

  • Soap Operas for Safe Sex

    {image-1} Pastor Kangwa Chileshe leads a dual life. In addition to his mission work, Chileshe plays one of the lead characters in Zambian TV drama Love Games, in which he plays...

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