Journalist

About

I am a reporter and editor based in Washington, D.C. and working at the headquarters of National Public Radio. I have filed on water shortages in South Africa, getting the power back on in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and Germany’s renewable energy dream.

Previously, I reported at The Associated Press in Jerusalem, where I covered the 2009 Israel-Hamas war, the 2015 Israeli elections, and launched investigations into a sewage crisis in the Gaza Strip and police shooting of unarmed Palestinian men in the Shuafat refugee camp.

My work has been published by NPR, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, BBC, Newsweek, Gastronomica and others.

Contact me at daniella [dot] cheslow [at] gmail [dot} com

 
Photo by    Ilia Yefimovich   .

Photo by Ilia Yefimovich.

I report on climate, business and world news.

I am a reporter and editor based in Washington, D.C. with bylines in The New York Times, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, BBC, Newsweek, Gastronomica and others.

At National Public Radio, I have filed on water shortages in South Africa, getting the power back on in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and how climate change is helping Germany’s Riesling wine industry. I’ve also edited the flagship news program Morning Edition and its sleek daily podcast Up First.

Previously, I reported at The Associated Press in Jerusalem, where I covered the 2009 Israel-Hamas war, the 2015 Israeli elections and daily acts of war and kindness in the Holy Land. From Jerusalem, I worked with colleagues to investigate a sewage crisis in the Gaza Strip and police shootings of unarmed Palestinian men in the Shuafat refugee camp.

I’ve worked in a dozen countries including Turkey, Tunisia, Georgia and Greece.