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consultant , writer

Amy Margaret Kaslow, American writer, consultant. Center for Strategic and International Studies grantee, 1994-1995. Active Aspen Institute Young Leaders Program, Ditchley Foundation.

Background

Kaslow, Amy Margaret was born on April 16, 1959 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Clifford C. and Martha (Cutler) Kaslow.

Education

Bachelor in Religion and Politics, Vassar College, 1981. Master of Arts in Middle East Studies, New York University/Princeton Program, 1987.

Career

Managing editor, International Media Partners chief economics correspondent, Christian Science Monitor, 1989-1996; fellow in economics and employment, Council on Competitiveness, Washington, since 1996; regular contributor to public radio's, Marketplace, since 1996; independent journalist, Washington, since 1996.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Member editorial board Europe Magazine. Former member editorial board Middle East Insight. Contributor to Wall St. Journal, Washington Post, The International Economy, World Monitor Magazine, The Middle East,Institutional Investor, Journal of Commerce, International Development Review, Chief Executive Officer Magazine, Washington Quarterly, others.

      Radio commentaries for Monitoradio, Australian Broadcasting, Austrian Broadcasting, British Broadcasting Corporation, Canada Broadcasting Corporation, Radio American, Voice of America. Appeared as commentator on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, Consumer News and Business Channel, America's Talking, Dutch television. Guest on other television programs.

Membership

Active Aspen Institute Young Leaders Program, Ditchley Foundation.

Connections

Married; 1 child.

father:
Clifford C. Kaslow

mother:
Martha (Cutler) Kaslow