Alessandra Stanley

Alessandra Stanley Brief Biography

Alessandra Stanley is an American journalist. In 2003 she became the chief television critic for The New York Times.

Before taking her current job at The New York Times, Stanley was a foreign correspondent for the newspaper, first as co-chief of the Moscow bureau, and then Rome bureau chief. Before the New York Times, Stanley was a correspondent for Time where she worked overseas as well as in Los Angeles and in Washington D.C., where she covered the White House. She has also written for The New York Times Magazine, The New Republic, GQ and Vogue. Born in Boston, MA, Stanley grew up in Washington, D.C., and Europe, and studied literature at Harvard University. She is the daughter of defense expert Timothy W. Stanley. Stanley lives in New York City with her daughter.

Alessandra Stanley News

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