Clarissa Ward is Chief International Correspondent for CNN and an award-winning journalist and author.
"Having spent so many years in conflict zones around the world, I have long been a big admirer of Women for Women International.
This is an organization that recognizes the enormous potency of women's potential and that devotes itself to nurturing and empowering some of the most vulnerable women on the planet. I am so excited to join this incredible sisterhood."
Clarissa Ward is CNN’s chief international correspondent. In her fifteen-year career spanning Fox, CBS, and ABC, Ward has reported from front lines across the world. She has won seven Emmy Awards, two George Foster Peabody Awards, an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award, two Edward R. Murrow Awards for distinguished journalism, honors from the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association, the 2016 David Kaplan Award from the Overseas Press Club, and the Excellence in International Reporting Award from the International Center for Journalists. She graduated with distinction from Yale University, and in 2013 received an honorary doctor of letters degree from Middlebury College in Vermont. She lives in London.