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Greg Winter

Kenya 2009
The New York Times

Greg Winter came to the New York Times in 2000, and started as a business reporter. During his five years as a reporter, he went on to cover national news and, in his longest beat, was a national education writer. In 2005, Greg became and editor and joined the foreign desk, where he supervises the paper’s eight correspondents in Africa, Latin America and at the United Nations.

Before going to graduate school for journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, Greg was a public policy analyst in San Francisco, focusing on affordable housing, welfare and homelessness. He served on the board of directors for several non-profit organizations and was appointed by the mayor to serve on the city’s welfare and housing task forces. Before coming to the Times, Greg also worked as a reporting intern at CBS Marketwatch and at the Wall Street Journal.


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