San Fran tech reporter joining Re/code
Nellie Bowles, a technology reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, has resigned and accepted a position covering tech culture for Re/code.
Bowles confirmed her new job Tuesday afternoon on Twitter. Re/code is the new tech news site launched at the beginning of this year by former Wall Street Journal tech journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher.
“I loved writing for the Chronicle,” said Bowles in an email to Talking Biz News. “And I’m excited for Recode!”
Bowles joined the San Francisco Chronicle in 2012 as an intern for Datebook writing artist profiles and was hired as a staff writer for Style, focusing on design, parties and trends.
She studied at Columbia University, receiving degrees in comparative literature and psychology, magna cum laude and a Rhodes finalist, before completing a Fulbright Fellowship in Swaziland.
A sixth-generation San Franciscan, she lives on Russian Hill.