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Steven L. Herman

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Steven L Herman

Steven L Herman is Voice of America's White House Bureau Chief, currently based in Washington, DC." [1]

Reporting

Herman was one of the few journalists to spend time in the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant "hot zone" and visit the grounds of the crippled facility in April 2011.[2][3]

Professional organizations

Herman served a term as Presidents of the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan (FCCJ)[4] and the Seoul Foreign Correspondents' Club.[5]

Herman served on the Advisory Board of the Waseda Marketing Forum, associated with the Business School of Waseda University in Tokyo.[6]

Books

Herman is the author of a pictorial book, Bhutan in Color 2007: A Himalayan Kingdom through the Lens of an American Journalist.[7]

References