Erika Fry is a senior writer at Fortune, focusing on features and investigative journalism on health care and international business. She has reported stories from India, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia, among other locales, and she has won numerous honors for her work, including the WERT Prize for Global Business Reporting and a Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism. Her story about the troubled rollout of the world’s first dengue vaccine in the Philippines was a finalist for a National Magazine Award and is anthologized in The Best American Magazine Writing 2020. She is a co-chair of the FortuneMost Powerful Women International conference and contributes to many Fortune franchises including Brainstorm Health and Change the World. Before joining Fortune in 2012, Erika worked as a writer and associate editor at the Columbia Journalism Review and as an investigative reporter with the Bangkok Post. A native of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Erika graduated from Dartmouth College and received an MA in political journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Follow all of Erika's stories here.