Delphine Schrank is a contributing editor to the Virginia Quarterly Review and a co-founding member of Deca Stories. She was the Burma correspondent for The Washington Post, where she was a foreign editor and staff writer. Her award-winning journalism has also appeared in Foreign Policy, the Atlantic, Time, Mother Jones and The Responsibility to Protect; The Promise of Stopping Mass Atrocities in Our Time (Oxford University Press, 2011). Until 2012, she wrote from Burma with no byline, to protect her sources against potential retaliation from the then-ruling military junta.
A Franco-American who has lived and worked on four continents, she earned her undergraduate degree with double first class honors from Oxford University and holds a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.