Jackie Cooperman has worked in television, online and print journalism for more than two decades, covering everything from the OJ Simpson trial to fashion weeks, presidential campaigns to luxury travel and design trends. Her interviews with leading chefs, architects and cultural figures have appeared frequently in the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times’ How To Spend It magazine and Departures, where Cooperman created the column “Public Lives/Private Places."
A founding producer of ABCNEWS.com and MSNBC, Cooperman’s also been a reporter for New York Newsday, an associate producer at NBC News and an editor at Departures magazine. Fluent in Italian, she was based for several years in Milan, launching Italy Daily, a joint venture of the International Herald Tribune and Corriere della Sera, before working as a Milan-based correspondent for Women’s Wear Daily and the South China Morning Post.
A Yale graduate, Cooperman freelances for many publications, including the New York Post and The New York Times. She lives in New York with her husband and daughter and proudly serves on the New York City Advisory Board for Friends of Karen, an organization serving families of children with life-threatening illnesses.