Annie Ali Khan is a journalist/writer and former fashion model from New York via Karachi, Pakistan and can be reached at anniealikhan [at] gmail [dot] com or tweet her @pakistannie.

Annie Ali Khan is a freelance journalist/writer and television producer. Her recent work includes “Fair and Lovely” a first-person feature published in Marie Claire magazine, a blog piece on Zakia Parveen—protagonist of the Oscar winning documentary Saving Face—for Glamour.com, ”GungHo Desis” a feature story for Express Tribune on South Asian participants of the Occupy Movement in the United States.She is currently producing and reporting from New York for Voice of America: Urdu Division as well as continuing to write.

She moved to New York in 2009 where she produced and hosted a travel show “NYC Loves Annie” a music-travel weekly television program for Play TV in Pakistan. She has reported for Al Jazeera English covering the UNGA and Wall Street and has also written for the award winning Asia Society website.

She has worked in both the television and fashion industry in Pakistan. In 2005 she won the Indus Music Award for best performer in a music video (Saali) and in 2007 she was awarded the Lux Style Award for best emerging talent in fashion. She has produced and hosted television programs for Telebiz, Business Plus, Hum TV, Geo TV, Aag TV and Play TV.

Annie has written and produced stories on a range of subjects but her work largely focuses on women’s issues.

Annie was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan and received a bachelors degree from Sir Syed University in Computer Science and a masters degree in journalism from Columbia University. She divides her time between Karachi and New York.

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