Nina Strochlic

Nina Strochlic is a staff writer covering culture for National Geographic magazine.

Nina launched a series to tell forgotten stories from National Geographic's archive, her favorite of which is about the Nazi who infiltrated National Geographic.

Nina is an Alicia Patterson Foundation fellow and a International Women's Media Foundation fellow and grantee. She previously worked for Newsweek and the Daily Beast, and graduated from the University of Oregon. She is the co-founder of the Milaya Project, a nonprofit that started as an assignment for National Geographic and now connects South Sudanese women in Bidibidi refugee camp with customers who want to support their traditional art form.