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Anna Gawel is the managing editor of The Washington Diplomat, an independent monthly newspaper with a readership of over 120,000 that has been the flagship publication of the diplomatic community in the nation’s capital for 25 years.
In addition, she is a broadcast producer for WTOP (103.5 FM), host of the Global 360 webcast/podcast and news columnist for the newsletter Diplomatic Pouch.
She has had more than 250 articles published on world affairs, U.S. foreign policy, politics, security, business, travel, arts and culture. She has profiled dozens of ambassadors from nations such as Canada, Colombia, the European Union and Sweden, among others. Other topics she has written about range from the impact of budget cuts at the State Department to tourism in the Baltics to Caribbean efforts to fight climate change.
Anna has been tapped to speak as an expert for think tanks such as the Middle East Institute and on news/radio broadcasts such as SiriusXM POTUS Channel and PRI’s The World.
Prior to The Washington Diplomat, Anna was a morning news assistant at WMAL Radio and a production assistant at PBS for the political commentary TV program “To The Contrary,” both based in D.C. Anna holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park, and she speaks Polish and French.
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