Who is Graham Bowley? Graham Bowley is a journalist originally from England who currently works as a reporter for the New York Times. He is also the author of the New York Times best-seller No Way Down: Life and Death on K2 which was first published in July 2010.
Early life & education
Bowley was born in Leicester, England in 1968. He grew up on a dairy farm. He atended Bristol University to study economics and later worked for the Treasury. He then took a Masters in economics at Oxford University.
After earning his master’s degree, Bowley was hired at the Financial Times’ graduate trainee scheme. He started working at the New York Times in August 2008, whe he worked on the publication’s foreign desk. Graham later became the paper’s Saturday magazine staff, and then he joined the International Herald Tribune, the global edition of the New York Times..
Having had a considerable experience as an economics reporter, leader writer and reporter on capital markets he then became a foreign correspondent and spent two years in Frankfurt.
Bowley has covered news from allegations against Bill Cosby to the the birth of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Moreover, in 2012 he reported for The Times from Afghanistan.
Wife & kids
Bowley is married to Canadian journalist and politician, Chrystia Freeland. Freeland currently serves as the Deputy prime minister of Canada since 2019, as well as the minister of finance since 2020. The couple has three children: Natalka (19), Halyna (15), and Ivan (11).
You can follow him on Twitter @Graham_Bowley
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