Zachery Kouwe

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Zachery Kouwe
Occupation Vice President
Employer Dukas Public Relations
Location New York City
Twitter @zkouwe
LinkedIn Profile

Zachery Kouwe is a public relations executive for Dukas Public Relations in New York, NY. He is a former journalist who wrote about finance and Wall Street, primarily for DealBook, the New York Times financial blog.

He also covered general Wall Street topics such as hedge funds, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and investment banking for the business section of the paper.[1]


Kouwe joined the New York Times in 2008 and left in 2010. Before that, he was The New York Post's chief mergers and acquisitions reporter from 2005 to 2008.

He has also been a private equity analyst with Dow Jones and a reporter with the Denver Post and the Wall Street Letter.


He earned a master's degree in journalism at the University of Colorado and a bachelor of arts in economics at Hamilton College.


  1. Zachery Kouwe. The New York Times.
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