Nellie Bowles was most recently a business writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, reporting on tech and zeitgeist. She started at the paper as an intern and was hired as a staff writer for the Style section.
The sixth-generation San Franciscan studied at Columbia University, receiving degrees in comparative literature and psychology, magna cum laude and a Rhodes finalist, before completing a Fulbright Fellowship in Swaziland. While abroad, Nellie freelanced for Foreign Policy and the Mail & Guardian, as well as did multimedia work for The New Yorker.
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