Jerome Socolovsky

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Jerome Socolovsky is the religion reporter for Voice of America.

From 2002 to 2010, he was a freelance correspondent[1] stationed in Spain, mainly reporting for NPR, but also for Jewish Telegraphic Agency, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

A native of Teaneck, NJ and raised in Drexel Hill, PA, Socolovsky graduated from Upper Darby High School in 1982 where he was inducted as a notable alum on its Wall of Fame, as well as from the Gratz College supplementary Hebrew high school[2] and the University of Pennsylvania in 1986. He also has master's degrees from Harvard University and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He speaks Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, Hebrew, German and French.

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