Haley Draznin is a reporter and editor at Real Vision where she covers global markets and the startup economy.
Prior to joining Real Vision, she spent nine years at CNN as a producer where she covered major news stories including the 2020 and 2016 presidential election, Hurricanes Michael and Florence, UK Brexit vote, among others. Her work has been nominated for two 2019 Emmys for outstanding coverage of a breaking news story in a newscast for CNN Newsroom New York bomb evacuation and outstanding breaking news coverage for CNN International Yemen school bus bombing.
She launched the CNN Business series “Boss Files with Poppy Harlow"" and has produced interviews with some of the most successful CEOs and leaders around the world including Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Hillary Clinton, Ivanka Trump, Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, Richard Branson, Melinda Gates, among others.
Draznin holds a bachelor’s degree in international studies and journalism from Emory University.
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