Patrice Jones bio

Patrice Jones is the Tribune's South America correspondent, based in Rio de Janeiro.<br>
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She joined the Tribune in August 1997 and worked as a metro reporter, covering higher education, the courts, the police beat and secondary schools, before becoming a member of the foreign staff.<br>
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Prior to joining the Tribune, she worked at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the St. Petersburg Times and the Miami Herald.<br>
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In 1998, Jones was awarded a Chicago Tribune Outstanding Professional Performance award.<br>
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Jones, a native of Richmond, Va., has a Master's degree in international relations from the University of Sussex in England and a Bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Patrice Jones is the Tribune's South America correspondent, based in Rio de Janeiro.

She joined the Tribune in August 1997 and worked as a metro reporter, covering higher education, the courts, the police beat and secondary schools, before becoming a member of the foreign staff.

Prior to joining the Tribune, she worked at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the St. Petersburg Times and the Miami Herald.

In 1998, Jones was awarded a Chicago Tribune Outstanding Professional Performance award.

Jones, a native of Richmond, Va., has a Master's degree in international relations from the University of Sussex in England and a Bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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