Current location: Mexico City, MX   

Meghan Dhaliwal (b. 1990) is a freelance photojournalist, editor, researcher, writer and multimedia producer based in Mexico City, MX. She speaks conversational Spanish. Her work has appeared in Foreign Policy, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Buzzfeed and more. She has also worked as a photographer with the non-profit Direct Relief International.  She has a special interest in covering public health issues that arise as a consequence of conflict or natural disaster.

Prior to her freelance career, Meghan was the Multimedia Projects Coordinator at the Pulitzer Center in Washington, DC. During her 2.5 year run on staff, she designed e-books, curated exhibitions, spoke at schools and universities across the country, worked with youth programs, and worked as a grantee for two projects: one inHaitiand one inAfghanistan. She has also been a recipient of an International Reporting Project grant to report in Haiti and a International Center for Journalists fellowship to report in India. In July of 2017 she was part of the International Women's Media Foundation's hostile environment training and fellowship to report from Tijuana, Mexico. 

Meghan is available for assignments worldwide.

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phone: US +1 908 403 2791

MX: +52 55 4492 1776