A top CNN news anchor and the foreign affairs correspondent for CNN, Jill Dougherty provides an unparalleled perspective on international issues and U.S. foreign policy. She has reported from more than 50 countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq and North Korea. Recently, she traveled widely with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Previously, Dougherty served as CNN's Moscow bureau chief; she covered many significant news events in Russia and the former Soviet Union for CNN.
Dougherty was managing editor of CNN International Asia Pacific. Based at the network's regional headquarters in Hong Kong, she oversaw the regional news and feature programming produced in Hong Kong and coordinated CNN's newsgathering across the Asia Pacific region. She also served as CNN's White House correspondent from 1991-1996 and won the 1993 American Journalism Review Award for Best White House Coverage. Dougherty joined CNN in 1983.
As a well-respected news journalist with extensive experience abroad and with the State Department, Dougherty shares her unique global perspective with audiences to provide an overview of today's most complex international issues. She can also provide in-depth analyses on the state of U.S foreign policy as well as on specific countries such as Russia or regions such as Asia Pacific.