Kissel in October 2017
|Born||December 13, 1976|
|Alma mater||Harvard University (1999) |
The Johns Hopkins University
|Employer||The Wall Street Journal|
Mary Elizabeth Kissel (born December 13, 1976) is an American journalist and senior adviser in the State Department. She was a member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board.
She joined The Wall Street Journal Asia in Hong Kong in 2004 as writer of the Money & Investing section’s Heard in Asia column. Later, she served as an Asia-wide finance correspondent. From 2005 to 2010, she was editorial page editor of The Wall Street Journal Asia. She writes predominantly on the human rights and politics of Asia, in addition to American economic issues. She has interviewed the Dalai Lama, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Richard Branson and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. She has appeared on MSNBC on Morning Joe, and CNBC, and the Bill Bennett Show, among others and is currently a Fox News contributor and a weekly co-host of the John Batchelor Show, a nationally syndicated radio talk show. She has written editorials critical of Elizabeth Warren. She has also written for the defunct Far Eastern Economic Review, The Australian, and The Spectator Australia.
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