Amy Chozick is the author of an upcoming memoir from HarperCollins and a national political correspondent for The New York Times. Most recently, she served as the paper’s lead reporter covering Hillary Clinton and the Clinton campaign, a position she assumed in July 2013. Last year, Cosmopolitan chronicled Ms. Chozick’s career in the magazine’s “Get That Life” column.
Previously, Ms. Chozick was a business reporter at The Times covering the world’s largest media companies from October 2011 to June 2013. In this role, she wrote extensively about the phone hacking scandal at Rupert Murdoch’s British tabloids and terminal snooping at Bloomberg News.
Before joining The Times, Ms. Chozick was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal in a variety of fields for eight years. Most recently, she wrote about the entertainment industry as a features writer covering Hollywood. Prior to that, she was a political reporter traveling with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s traveling press corps covering the 2008 presidential election. She also was a foreign correspondent based in Tokyo covering Japan and Northeast Asia.
Ms. Chozick was the recipient of a Front Page Award for beat reporting for her in-depth stories on the media business and has been recognized by the Society for Features Journalism Excellence-in-Features Writing Competition.
She is a frequent contributor to CBS News, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, PBS NewsHour and NPR and was recently profiled in Vogue and Cosmopolitan magazines. She served as a consultant on the Netflix original series “House of Cards,” advising the writers on the development of the political drama’s female journalist characters.
Born in in San Antonio, Texas, Ms. Chozick moved to New York in 2001 with no job, no apartment and a stack of clips from The Daily Texan.