Clara Germani is an award-winning professional editor and writer. Most recently (2015), she has been a consultant with PRI’s “The World,” planning coverage for the "Across Women's Lives" project. And she is reporting stories for The Christian Science Monitor, where she has worked on staff as a senior editor handling magazine cover stories and was a national and foreign correspondent based in San Francisco, Washington, and Latin America and the Caribbean. She also was Monitor’s OpEd for three years. Between 2014 and 2015 she was the managing editor of the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, an independent news site based at WGBH-News and Boston University. She was assistant national editor at The Baltimore Sun and also was that newspaper's Moscow bureau chief for two years in the late 1990s. She was nominated by three reporters for The Dart Society Mimi Award, the nation's only journalism prize recognizing exceptional work for a newspaper editor. Her work with them on war-related projects in Liberia, Central Africa, Iraq, and Afghanistan won the 2009 Mimi honorable mention.