Nadia Jamal has been a journalist at The Sydney Morning Herald since 1997, and is currently Deputy Chief of Staff.
She has worked on the World news desk, helping to coordinate coverage of major events including the war in Iraq, and editing the daily pages. She has also been the Herald's Night Chief of Staff and education and urban affairs writer.
Nadia is the co-author of an award-winning book titled, The Glory Garage - Growing up Lebanese Muslim in Australia (published by Allen & Unwin). The book was named as an honour book in the Information Books category of the Children's Book Council of Australia Awards for 2006 and was also shortlisted for the 2006 NSW Premier's Literary Awards Ethel Turner Prize.
Nadia is studying law, has learned to swim and in 2006 was invited to participate in the US State Department's inaugural Edward R. Murrow program for journalists.
Nadia Jamal travels from New South Wales Australia
- After Cronulla - Being An Australian of Islamic Faith and Lebanese Heritage
- Islam in Australia
- Muslims and the Media
- Towards a Cohesive Australia
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