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Lindsay France

Lindsay France

Anchor/Reporter

Lindsay France is a fresh new face in the world of international reporting; covering foreign policy, cyber security, science and business for Russia Today (RT) in Washington, DC. She is a beautiful young woman with a lot of drive and spunk. When asked about what she loves to cover, she tells me “the story!” 

She loves writing and interviewing, getting out in the field to get the best video and people telling that story.

She has reported and anchored from London, Brussels, Athens, Moscow, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, for RT since 2010. Lindsay has delivered a three part series from Kazakhstan on the destruction of the Aral Sea, and covered rocket launches to the International Space Station, the Eurozone financial crisis, industrial pollution in Siberia, terrorist bombings in Volgograd, and the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.

She began her career at CNN based in New York, where she assisted with the coverage of the 2004 Presidential Elections, the tsunami in Southeast Asia, the London Bombings and Hurricane Katrina. From there she moved on to projects for The History Channel and science programming for The Discovery Channel. From there she reported for KAPP-TV, focusing on “green” engineering technologies affecting the Pacific Northwest.

Lindsay was awarded the Steinbrenner Fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University in 2009. She holds a degree in International Affairs from Seattle Pacific University. Lindsay is a member of the Society of Business Editors and Writers and the Society of Environmental Journalists.  She is looking for a great opportunity to tell the stories that matter most to Americans and the world at large. She is based in DC now, but is open to looking at any place in the world - wherever she’s needed to tell the story.

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