Anne Farris Rosen was a special correspondent for The New York Times in Arkansas during Bill Clinton’s first years as president. Previously, she was a stringer for the Times for seven years in Arkansas and Missouri.
As a writer and editor at the Pew Research Center on Religion & Public Life, Anne Farris Rosen focused on global Muslim populations, health care reform and the religious profiles of presidential candidates. She also wrote a blog for a project funded by the Pew Charitable Trust about President George W. Bush’s faith-based delivery of government services.
Anne Farris Rosen was a special correspondent for The Washington Post national desk writing about campaign finance, the Clinton White House, and government affairs.