Kralev International LLC
Washington, D.C. (June 2010 — present)
Founder and CEO of a consulting and media firm specializing in international affairs and global travel. Oversee overall operations, research projects, studies and educational programs on governance, diplomacy, communications and journalism across the United States and around the world. Serve as host and executive producer of a TV series on diplomacy and global affairs, broadcast online and on the American Forces Network (AFN).
The Washington Times
Washington, D.C. (June 2001 — June 2010)
Chief diplomatic correspondent covering all aspects of U.S. foreign policy, as well as international affairs in general. Global travel columnist analyzing the state of the travel industry.
The Financial Times
New York City (October 1999 — December 2002)
Special correspondent in the United States covering current affairs, culture and entertainment.
The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics
Cambridge, Mass. (September 1999 — June 2001)
Assistant editor of a leading academic journal dedicated to research and analysis on the relationship between politics and the media.
The Changing United Nations
New York City (September 1998 — August 1999)
Editor-in-chief of a bimonthly journal examining of the future of the United Nations.
The Bond Buyer
New York City (March 1999 — August 1999)
Financial markets reporter covering U.S. Treasuries, municipals bonds and foreign exchange.
Futures World News
New York City (September 1998 — March 1999)
Financial markets reporter covering foreign exchange, as well as the New York Federal Reserve Board and the United Nations.
The Arizona Republic
Phoenix, Ariz. (June 1998 — August 1998)
Pulliam fellow/reporter for daily edition and community section.
Melville, N.Y. (January 1998 — May 1998)
Reporter/intern on Long Island metro desk.
Bridgeport, Conn. (September 1996 — May 1998)
Editor-in-chief of a biweekly college newspaper.
Washington, D.C. (May 1997 — August 1997)
Intern in CNN’s investigative unit.
The Bulgarian National Television
Sofia, Bulgaria (November 1993 — May 1996)
On-air news reporter covering politics and higher education. Writer, producer and presenter of four documentaries.
University of Bridgeport
Bachelor’s degree in mass communication, cum laude (1998)
- Nicholas Kralev is an author, entrepreneur and expert in international diplomacy, strategic communications and global aviation. A former Financial Times and Washington Times correspondent, he has traveled around the world with four U.S. secretaries of state — Hillary Clinton, Condoleezza Rice, Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright. He has flown over 2 million miles and visited 96 countries.
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