Ms. Lauren Bohn is an independent journalist, editor, and social entrepreneur based in Chicago and Istanbul. Formerly, she was The GroundTruth Project’s inaugural Middle East correspondent, editor-at-large, and a columnist for Foreign Policy magazine. She’s the co-founder of Foreign Policy Interrupted, a start-up incubator and fellowship program dedicated to changing the ratio and getting more women miked and bylined.  Ms. Bohn is also the co-founder of SchoolCycle, a United Nations Foundation campaign in Malawi  and Guatemala to provide bikes for adolescent girls to get to school. She is a fellow in New America’s International Security program and a Millennium Leadership fellow at the Atlantic Council.  She was a 2010-2011 Fulbright fellow in Egypt, where she was the founding assistant editor of The Cairo Review. A Pulitzer Center grantee, her reporting project “Egypt: The Country Outside the Square” was funded by the center. She was a 2012 Overseas Press Club fellow in Jerusalem with the Associated Press, and a 2013 and 2014 UN Foundation Press.