Member in the News: Amna Nawaz

Amna Nawaz Flickr / Walt Disney Television / CC BY-ND 2.0

Amna Nawaz from PBS NewsHour was promoted from senior national correspondent to chief correspondent, and she will also serve as the NewsHour's White House correspondent. 

Nawaz joined the PBS NewsHour in April 2018 as a correspondent and has since co-moderated PBS NewsHour’s Democratic Primary Debate with Politico in December 2019. Her immigration reporting has taken her to multiple border communities in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Mexico. She’s investigated the impact of the Trump Administration’s immigration policies. She also regularly covers issues around detention, refugees and asylum, and migrant children in US government custody. Nawaz has also traveled to Brazil to report on climate change from within the Amazon and the Venezuelan refugee crisis.


Amna Nawaz is a Member of the Inter-American Dialogue.

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