Mona Chalabi is a data journalist. She’s also a writer, artist, producer, presenter and (occasionally) an actress. Using words, color and sound, Mona rehumanizes data to better help us understand our world and the way we live in it.
Mona works beside windows usually in Brooklyn but sometimes in her hometown, London. Her writing and illustrations have been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker and The Guardian where she is currently the data editor. Her video, audio, and production work has been featured on Netflix, NPR, the BBC, and National Geographic.
Her work has earned her a fellowship at the British Science Association, an Emmy nomination and recognition from the Royal Statistical Society. In recent years, her work has been exhibited at the Tate, the Design Museum, and the House of Illustration. She studied international relations in Paris and Arabic in Jordan.