Jenny Dubin has more than 20 years of producing and investigative journalism experience. Her stories have taken her across the globe from Indonesia to Iraq. After working as a foreign correspondent based in Nepal, she joined CBS News/60 Minutes in 2005. During her six year tenure, she was nominated for two national Emmy Awards (winning for Katie Couric’s report on the US Airways flight 1549 that landed in New York’s Hudson River). In addition, she has won two Edward R. Murrow awards and a Writer’s Guild award. After more than a decade in New York, Jenny recently returned home to Austin, Texas and has produced and developed content for a wide variety of networks, including National Geographic, Investigation Discovery, NBC News, MTV and VH1.