Mark C. Dowie

Mark C. Dowie, 1962

B.A., Denison University
M.A., University of California, Berkeley
L.H.D., John F. Kennedy University

Freelance Writer

Citation awarded June, 1987

Mark Dowie is a freelance writer who was one of the founders of Mother Jones, a national political magazine. During his tenure as writer, editor, and publisher, Mother Jones received every major journalism award, most notably Columbia School of Journalism’s National Magazine award in the category of public service for its story on the Ford Pinto.

In addition to the corporate world, he has covered South America and Southeast Asia.