Suzanna Andrews is an award-winning journalist whose investigative articles and feature stories on business, politics, culture and crime have appeared in Vanity Fair, New York Magazine, AirMail, MORE, The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Elle, GQ, Reader's Digest, The Christian Science Monitor, Rolling Stone, and other publications.
She has covered a wide range of topics, from Wall Street and Nazi-era art looting, to the war in the former Yugoslavia and the lives of exiled Russian oligarchs, Britain's phone hacking scandal and President Donald Trump's finances. She has profiled such diverse figures as Edward Snowden, the Rev. Al Sharpton, US Senator Elizabeth Warren, and the multiple murderess Sante Kimes. Her story about Arthur Miller’s Down syndrome son, whose existence Miller had concealed for nearly forty years, spurred a re-examination of the late playwright’s work and legacy.
Suzanna graduated from Vassar College and Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. She lives in New York City.