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Mary Kissel Editor, Editorial Page, The Wall Street Journal Asia Mary Kissel is editor of The Wall Street Journal Asia’s editorial page. Ms. Kissel supervises the paper’s opinion pages, including editorials, features and the “Taste” page in the “Weekend Journal” section. She contributes regularly to the Journal’s signed and unsigned commentary on Asia, as well as on global trade and economic issues. Ms. Kissel’s most recent interviews include the Dalai Lama, former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. She has appeared on CNBC, the John Batchelor Show, and the Bill Bennett Show, among others, and guest lectures to various groups throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Ms. Kissel joined The Wall Street Journal Asia in Hong Kong in 2004 as writer of the Money & Investing section’s Heard in Asia column and later served as an Asia-wide finance correspondent. Previously, she worked for Goldman Sachs, an investment bank, in New York, Frankfurt and London. Ms. Kissel received a bachelor’s degree, with honors, in government from Harvard University and a master’s degree in international affairs from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She is a Claremont University Lincoln Fellow and a media fellow at the World Economic Forum.
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