About 

    • Thomas Evans is CNN International's Vice President and London Bureau Chief, overseeing all newsgathering for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He is responsible for all CNN output from EMEA and oversees fourteen bureaux across the two and a half continents.

      Evans has led CNN's coverage of several major news events of the recent years, including Brexit, the numerous terror attacks across Europe, the conflict in Ukraine, the ongoing refugee crisis and the Syrian civil war.

      He started at CNN as a producer for AC360 with Anderson Cooper. Since then, in addition to producing for the likes of Michael Ware and Nic Robertson, has also headed up the network's Baghdad bureau. Prior to becoming the London Bureau Chief, Evans was CNN International's Senior Director of Coverage for EMEA.

      Evans has received numerous awards throughout his career, including multiple Emmy awards, Edward R. Murrow awards, Peabody awards, and a Prix Bayeux.

      Evans has a Master's degree in International Politics from SOAS as well as two Bachelors' degrees, in Political Science, and Fine Art from the University of Rochester.