Tariro Mzezewa Joins The Wall Street Journal's New Style Desk
Tariro Mzezewa was a national correspondent for The New York Times, where she wrote about the American South. In addition to covering the news, she write about style, culture, books and politics. She was also a travel reporter for The Times, covering the ways travel intersects with gender, race and more. Mzezewa used to be a staff editor and researcher in the Opinion section, and before that she wrote about financial markets for Thomson Reuters.
Tariro Mzezewa is a winner of numerous of journalism awards and an alumna of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and John Cabot University in Rome, Italy, where she lived for more than three years.
After 6 years, I'm leaving The Times! I'm joining the new Style desk at @WSJ @WSJMag. I'll be writing about personalities, trends and issues in culture, style and the zeitgeist. It's bittersweet. I've loved The Times, but am SO excited for this new gig!!! And I'm staying in ATL!— Tariro Mzezewa (@tariro) June 23, 2022
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