Katherina Thomas writes about global health, human rights and other things, with a focus on West Africa. She is a 2017 Logan Nonfiction Fellow at the Carey Institute for Global Good, and was the founding editor of Ebola Deeply, a platform that charted the course of the Ebola outbreak, bridging the gap between affected West African communities, international readers and the global public health sector.
Her long-form journalism has been recommended by The New York Times, The New Yorker and Longreads. Her work has been published by The Independent, Reuters, BBC, Guernica, The Economist, The Guardian, Financial Times and others. She has reported from more than 20 countries in Africa, in both English and French. She is a member of the British Medical Journalists' Association.