Mark Jenkins Speaker Media Reel

Mark Jenkins Speaker Media Reel

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Mark Jenkins has been a foreign correspondent for the past 30 years and has explored the most remote, difficult and dangerous places on the planet. He's also been on adventurous assignments in Afghanistan, Burma and Congo. He is also a critically-acclaimed author, covered the globe National Geographic Magazine and done over 50 expeditions and over 100 foreign assignments.  

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Foreign Correspondent & Award-Winning Contributing Writer, National Geographic Magazine

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Mark Jenkins is a field staff writer for National Geographic Magazine and writer-in-residence at the University of Wyoming. In 2009 he won the National Magazine Award for photojournalism, along with his colleague Brint Stirton, for their National Geographic story “Who Murdered The Mountain Gorillas.” Jenkins was “The Hard Way” columnist for Outside magazine for eight years. He is the author of three books: The Hard Way (Simon and Schuster, 2002), To Timbuktu (William Morrow, 1997), and Off the Map (William Morrow, 1992). He resides in Laramie, Wyoming, with his wife and two daughters.