Marcus Mabry is an American journalist for “Newsweek”. He is chief of correspondents and a senior editor, responsible for deploying and managing the magazine?s more than 40 domestic and international correspondents and contract stringers. Prior to this assignment in March 2002, Mabry had been a senior editor on “Newsweek?s” international edition. He was also the 1999-2000 Edward R. Murrow Press Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
In 1996, Mabry won the OPC?s Morton Frank Award for Best Business Reporting. He is also a recipient of the New York Association of Black Journalists award for Personal Commentary, a Lincoln University Unity Award in Media and the New York Association of Black Journalists 2003 Trailblazer Award winner. He has authored a memoir entitled “White Bucks and Blackeyed Peas” and is currently at work on a biography of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
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