Nellie Bowles is an American journalist noted for covering the technology world of Silicon Valley. She worked as a journalist for the Argentinian English-language daily the Buenos Aires Herald, the San Francisco Chronicle, The California Sunday Magazine, the technology journalism website Recode, the British daily The Guardian beginning in 2016, then for Vice News. Since 2017 she has been covering technology for the New York Times in the San Francisco Bay Area. She covers the technology and business world of hi-tech startups and venture capital, and she has written about personalities such as Elon Musk, Eric Schmidt, and iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittman. She covered the exclusive conference of technology CEOs called Further Future, and has written about subjects such as Doxxing and cryptocurrencies. She appeared twice on the Charlie Rose nationally-broadcast television interview show. Her reporting is often controversial; for example, her account of her interview with Jordan Peterson attracted much attention. She has moderated televised discussions on the subject of free speech in the digital age, and she has written about gender equality in the tech world.