Joie Chen


Joie ChenJoie Chen is an award-winning journalist and expert in branded communications. Chen is internationally recognized for her service as lead anchor on CNN and CNN International. She was the first presenter of CNNI’s original programs in Asia prime-time hours. On the U.S. network, she hosted a variety of programs including a daily town-hall talk show and the network’s flagship news program. She won multiple awards for presentation and news coverage during her time at CNN, including an Emmy for breaking news. In 2002, she joined CBS News as a Correspondent in Washington, D.C. She covered the White House, Capitol Hill and other Washington beats. Chen won her second Emmy as lead correspondent for the D.C. Sniper attacks. She was a key contributor to “CBS Sunday Morning”, and covered the 2004 and 2008 presidential campaigns. At the launch of Al Jazeera America, Chen was named host of “America Tonight”, the network’s primetime flagship program. In addition to hosting the program, Chen reported stories from 30 states, the Philippines and Japan. Outside of traditional media, Chen has served as an executive and consultant to non-media organizations in developing video content for use on the air and on-line. She is a board member of her alma mater, Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, and has served on the boards of several diversity and journalism education organizations.