Christian Science Monitor talk “The Monitor bias for hope”

Presented by Sunland Home foundation

Phone: 760.944.2976

Sunday, October4 at 2:00p.m.
Poway/Rancho Bernardo church
16315 Pomerado Rd.

Clara Germani grew up in El Centro,
California and started her career straight
out of the University of Southern California, as a court reporter
for City News Service in Los Angeles, and then as a police beat
reporter for The Orange County Register. She is currently
managing editor of the New England Center for Investigative
Reporting – a nonprot news partnership between the Boston
University journalism school and the WGBH public radio station.
She spent most of her 35-year newspaper career with The
Christian Science Monitor, most recently as a senior editor managing
in-depth cover stories.

She guided numerous award winning projects for the Monitor.
Germani also spent ve years with The Baltimore Sun as
assistant national editor and as correspondent in Moscow,
where she traveled extensively covering everything from
indigenous reindeer herders in Arctic Siberia to the war in
Chechnya . She has taught numerous writing and editing
workshops as well as a journalism course at Emerson College.
She is married to the Monitor’s editor in chief, Marshall
Ingwerson, and they have a teenage daughter.

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