World Food Program USA
As Editorial Director, M.J. Altman oversees the organization’s multimedia projects, op-eds and communications outreach.
Prior to joining World Food Program USA, M.J. worked as a writer-reporter for TIME magazine in New York, where she covered social justice, politics and the environment, among other issues. She has also worked at the Smithsonian Institution, where she researched, wrote and pitched stories about indigenous history and culture as a public affairs producer.
In addition to TIME and the Smithsonian, her work has been featured on MSNBC, CNN, The Huffington Post, the Associated Press and National Geographic.
Articles by M.J. Altman
Rohingya Crisis: A Firsthand Look Into The World’s Largest Refugee Camp
Hear one aid worker's account of feeding a makeshift city of 1 million Rohingya refugees—and the new threat that now looms.
Hacking Hunger Episode #25: Rohingya Crisis—Inside the World’s Largest Refugee Camp
Guest Bio: Sunee Singh Sunee Singh was one of the first responders when the Rohingya refugee crisis first escalated last summer. As a Programme Policy Officer for the U.N. World…
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10 Innovations Changing How The U.N. Delivers Food
When it comes to fighting global hunger, the U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) is always evolving.