|Susan Deborah Chira|
|Born||New York City|
|Occupation||journalist and author|
|Notable credit(s)||The New York Times; A Mother's Place (book)|
Susan Deborah Chira (born in New York City) is an American journalist. She was named assistant managing editor for news of The New York Times in September 2011. She had been the Times 's foreign news editor from 2004 to 2011.
She was raised in Rye, New York and attended Phillips Academy Andover in Andover, Massachusetts, where she graduated in 1976. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University in 1980, graduating summa cum laude. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
While at Harvard, Chira was the president of the Harvard Crimson.
She has also been the metropolitan reporter at bureaus in Albany, New York and Stamford, Connecticut, national education correspondent, deputy editor of the Foreign desk, editor of The Week in Review, and editorial director of book development
- A Mother's Place: Taking the Debate About Working Mothers Beyond Guilt and Blame. New York: Harper, 1998. ISBN 0-06-017327-0 ISBN 978-0060173272
- Cautious Revolutionaries: Occupation Planners and Japan's Post-War Land Reform. Agricultural Policy Research Center, 1982. ASIN: B0006EBHJS
- Times Makes Masthead Promotions
- The New York Times Ask a Reporter Q&A - Susan Chira
- " Michael Shapiro Wed To Susan Chira in Rye." The New York Times, 3 September 1984.
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