Daphne Ewing-Chow

Independent Journalist | Senior Contributor

Daphne Ewing-Chow is an award-winning Caribbean journalist, renowned for her extensive contribution to global discourse on the climate crisis and food systems. She has graced international stages as a moderator and speaker, interviewing country leaders, dignitaries, and celebrities, and holds a Master’s Degree in International Economic Policy from Columbia University.

As a Senior Contributor at Forbes, focusing on food and sustainability, Daphne’s perspectives have resonated strongly with global and regional audiences. Her work, which has also been showcased in publications such as The New York Times, The Sunday Times (London), Entrepreneur Magazine, and the International Monetary Fund’s Finance & Development Magazine, underscores her influence in shaping discussions on critical issues pertaining to climate change and food security.

As a strategic communications specialist, Daphne has managed communications initiatives for NGOs and UN agencies, and currently serves as a Communications Specialist at the World Food Programme. She has been a judge for the Zayed Sustainability Prize for the past four years and judged the Rockefeller Foundation’s prestigious Food Systems Vision Prize.

Daphne’s work has been recognized with awards from the United Nations, the Pan American Health Organization, the Caribbean Development Bank, and the Caribbean Broadcasting Union, among others.