Hanna Ingber is GlobalPost's Editor of Breaking News and Social Media. She recently lived in India, where she covered Mumbai for GlobalPost for close to two years.
Ingber was formerly the founding World Editor of the Huffington Post. She launched the section in the winter of 2008, and she won InterAction’s 2009 Award for Excellence in International Reporting in recognition of the HuffPost's world coverage.
Ingber is a multi-media journalist with experience working in Burma, Ethiopia, South Africa, Nepal, Malaysia and Thailand. Her work has appeared in publications such as NYTimes.com, The Independent of London, LA Weekly, Washingtonpost.com and the Hartford Courant and on PRI's "Dispatches" and NPR's "Morning Edition" and "Day2Day."
Ingber received her undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University and her master's in journalism from USC Annenberg, where she was a Dean's Scholar. She blogs at Hannaingber.com. Follow Hanna on Twitter: @HannaIngber. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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