Anne Daugherty

Class of 2021

Anne is a second year multimedia student at U.C. Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism focused on finding creative ways to report on the intersections of public health, human rights and environmental issues across multiple media platforms. A nomadic visual storyteller, she has 25+ years experience living abroad working in international, civil society and government environments—most recently in Bujumbura, Burundi. Anne has covered stories from the United States, India, Namibia, Madagascar, the Netherlands and Germany.


  • U.S. State Department Foreign Service Institute, French Language Program

  • Corvinus University of Budapest (Formerly Karl Marx University of Economics)

  • University of California, Davis, B.A. in Philosophy & International Relations


  • Health Communications Director, U.S. Agency for International Development Madagascar

  • Digital Engagement Manager, U.S. Consulate General, Chennai, India

  • Community Liaison/Grants Coordinator, U.S. Embassy Windhoek, Namibia


  • U.C. Berkeley Dean's Merit Fellowship (2019 & 2020)

  • U.C. Berkeley Law School Human Rights Center Student Fellow (2020)

  • Department of State Meritorious Service Award


  • New York Times:

  • California Health Report, Bay Nature, Oakland North, USAID, European Starts and Stripes

  • Exposure:


  • Society of Professional Journalists, Society of Environmental Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors, and Women in Media

  • Co-founder, Anjezika Community Center and School (Antananarivo, Madagascar 2017)

  • Member, Zanaky Ny Lalana humanitarian photography collective (Antananarivo, Madagascar)


Africa, Biodiversity, Environmental Justice, Human Rights, India, Investigative, Nongovernmental Organizations, Photojournalism, Poverty, Public health, US Foreign Policy, economic inequality