Is a journalist with over ten years of international experience in magazines, newspapers, radio, web and TV. Marie got her start at a small literary journal in Paris and has since worked as a writer, editor and producer in the U.S., France, Japan and Qatar. She spent four years as a staff writer at The Asahi Shimbun/International Herald Tribune in Tokyo before moving to Qatar to work as an editor and correspondent in Doha. She has also worked in San Francisco with independent radio producers The Kitchen Sisters on developing two new series for National Public Radio, The Hidden World of Girls and Hidden Kitchens World. Marie has a Master’s degree in science and health writing from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, and most recently has been working as a Paris correspondent for various international publications including The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The Columbia Journalism Review, National Public Radio, VICE, GlobalPost, and others. Support includes fellowships from the Fulbright Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Investigative Fund. In addition to coverage of gender, sexuality and culture, she specializes in human rights and migration.