Tania Karas is the deputy editor of The World's digital team. She manages a team of editors producing content for our website along with our daily podcast, morning newsletter and social media platforms. Previously she was a reporter for The World covering global migration and refugees.
Originally from Chicago, Tania spent years in Greece, Turkey and Lebanon working as a foreign correspondent covering the Syrian refugee crisis, European politics and EU-Middle East relations.
Prior to that, Tania was a staff reporter for the New York Law Journal, a daily newspaper, where she covered US immigration, legal education and access to justice in New York.
She holds a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and a master's degree in international human rights law from the University of Oxford.