From Paris to Washington D.C.

I am Mounira Al Hmoud, a news reporter and producer fully bilingual in French and English who has written on local and national politics, legal news,  science and fashion. I am a native of Paris, France where I have lived and studied before earning my Master’s Degree in Journalism from Boston University’s College of Communication. I am currently a freelance news reporter and producer for French news channels Canal Plus and I-tele in Washington D.C. and interning as a multimedia editor at the French news agency Agence France-Presse.

In 2012, I spent a year covering the Massachusetts Legislature as the statehouse correspondent for the MetroWest Daily News and the Vermont delegation in the U.S. Congress in the nation’s capital for the Barre-Monpelier Times Argus. In 2013, I interned at The National Law Journal / Legal Times in Washington.

In 2011, I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Global Communications with a minor in International Politics from the The American University of Paris. Previously, I interned at a major news channel, France24, and an online magazine at While in Boston, I contributed to The Christian Science Monitor‘s science section and wrote on a freelance basis for the largest francophone magazine in the U.S., France-Amérique.

Please visit the categories section to read my clips, articles published in The MetroWest Daily News, The Christian Science Monitor, The Times Argus, France-Amérique, and  The National Law Journal / Legal Times.  Don’t forget to take a look at my resume.

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