Farah Stockman will be joining the New York Times opinion department as a writer covering foreign policy and national affairs as a member of the editorial board.
For the past four years, Stockman was in the paper’s newsroom writing stories about race and class and middle America.
Stockman begins in August.
Stockman began her career in journalism as a stringer in Kenya, where she wrote stories for The Christian Science Monitor, Reuters and The Times.
After returning back to America, Stockman joined The Boston Globe where she spent seven years in Washington, covering foreign policy and wrote investigative pieces from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. She also served as a columnist and member of the editorial board for five years at the Globe.
In addition, she also won the Pulitzer Prize for commentary in 2016.
Stockman is a graduate of Harvard University.