Remember how just last week I noted that I’m often visited (via NPR) by the voices of Fletcher community members? Well, here are two more examples. First, Dean Stavridis kept me informed when his interview was broadcast while I cooked dinner.
Somewhat more surprising, I heard a report from a correspondent with a name unique enough that I thought it had to be a Fletcher alum. Karoun Demirjian graduated from Fletcher in 2006 and is a correspondent in Moscow for The Washington Post. She also occasionally files a report for NPR, and writes for the NPR website. I happened to hear one of her reports, but it was only while writing this post that I learned that her main gig is with The Post.
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