Joel Dreyfuss, a Haitian-American journalist, editor, and writer based in Paris, France returns to The Washington Post as a contributing columnist.
Dreyfuss previously worked for the Post, and was most recently a managing editor of its former sister publication, theRoot.com. He also has been editor-in-chief of technology magazines Red Herring and Information Week, editor of PC Magazine and executive editor of Black Enterprise. He is a co-founder of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).
A native of Haiti, Dreyfuss grew up in Paris, Monrovia and New York City. He continues to write about business, economics, technology and social issues