Jens Erik Gould is a print, film and radio journalist who has reported from over a dozen countries on issues including immigration, education, crime, music, sports, entertainment, economic policy and energy. Since 2011, Jens has been a regular contributor from Los Angeles for TIME Magazine, time.com and PODER Magazine. He was Bloomberg’s political and economy correspondent in Mexico City from 2008 until 2011. Prior to that, Jens covered Venezuela as a contributor to The New York Times, National Public Radio and other media. He has earned a Fulbright scholarship, a Pulitzer Center grant, and has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.
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