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Alizeh Kohari

Alizeh Kohari is a Pakistani journalist who divides her time between Karachi and Mexico City. Her reporting has appeared in Harper’s, WIRED, The Baffler, BBC and Reuters, and others. 

Between 2011 and 2015, Alizeh was a staffer at the monthly Herald, Pakistan’s oldest current-affairs magazine. Her work on dynasticism and political inequality was a finalist for the 2014 Global Editors Network Data Journalism Awards, and her reporting on Pakistan’s looming water crisis received a citation for reporting excellence from the Asia Society. 

In 2020, Alizeh was the inaugural Bruno fellow at Coda Story, a One World Media fellow, and a Persephone Miel fellow with the Pulitzer Center. Previously, she was a Fulbright scholar at New York University, and an Overseas Press Club fellow with Reuters in Mexico City. She holds an undergraduate degree in Government and Economics from the London School of Economics. 

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