Jennifer Chowdhury has been a human rights storyteller for over a decade, reporting on the South Asian diaspora and gender rights as a journalist for The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Guardian, Elle magazine and more.
She spent two years in Bangladesh covering the Rohingya refugee crisis and translating her passion for advocacy storytelling and human rights reporting into digital content for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) as an Editorial Manager. She is currently acting digital communications director at the Center for Reproductive Rights.
As a non-fiction author, Jennifer writes about her lived experiences as a Bangladeshi-American working-class child of immigrants. She most recently contributed to the anthology, Sex and the Single Woman.