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Nima Sherpa Green is a British/Sherpa journalist. She is currently the editor of CRN and sister publication Channel Partner Insight. Nima has a multimedia background in newsrooms around the world, as an editor at The African Business Magazine; Production at the Russian World Radio Service London Bureau; and reporting for Vice Magazine and the Herald Sun in Australia. She has an MA in Journalism from Monash University, Melbourne and a BA in Political History of Southern Africa from the University of Sheffield. Born in Kathmandu, Nepal, Nima has lived and worked in the UK, Uganda, South Africa and Australia.
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