Shoshana Guy

 

Shoshana Guy is a journalist who has worked for the last decade in television news both as a producer and correspondent. Currently she is working as a producer for NBC’s Rock Center for Brian Williams. Her work covers a broad range of issues including criminal justice, poverty, race, military lives, and foreign affairs. 

The daughter of Jewish mother and an African American father, she was born in British Columbia, Canada and holds a Masters of Journalism from Columbia University in NYC. Upon graduation she was both retained by NBC News and received a Frontline World fellowship. The fellowship allowed her to travel to Haiti where she completed a multi-media project on the subject of Haiti’s water crisis.

In the first five years working with NBC, Shoshana was proud to have had the opportunity to produce for Tom Brokaw. Her piece Tom Brokaw Reports: Separate and Unequal, about race and poverty in America, was nominated for a 2007 Emmy for best News Magazine Feature and won t

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