Karen Jean DeYoung
Pen Name: Karen DeYoung
Born: 1949 in Chicago, Illinois
She was born in Chicago, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional Information
DeYoung is a journalist. She has worked as a features writer at the St. Petersburg Times in St. Petersburg, Florida, as a freelance reporter in Western Africa, as deputy foreign editor, foreign editor, London bureau chief, national editor, assistant managing editor for national news and associate editor at the Washington Post in Washington, DC.
DeYoung has received many awards including:
- 1979 - Distinguised Service Awards, Sigma Delta Chi for Foreign and Investigative Reporting
- 1979 - Foreign Correspondent Award, Inter-American Press Association
- 1981 - Maria Moors Cabot Award, Columbia University
- 2002 - Pulitzer Prize, for work on reporting the waron terrorism
- 2003 - Edward Ewintal Award for Diplomatic Reporting
Soldier: The Life of Colin Powell, Knopf, 2006
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Soldier: The Life of Colin Powell
Release Date: 2006-10-10
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