Sarah McClendon

Sarah McClendon’s 34-year journalistic career hs encompassed newspaper, radio and television. With Washington, D.C, as her turf, she has closely reported the inner workings of Congress, the Pentagon and theWhite House. She is nationally famous for her television encounters with nine presidents. Her incisive questions often forced them to confront sensitive political issues. Ms. McClendon … Continued

Sandy Rowe

Sandy Rowe was the award-winning editor of The Oregonian in Portland from 1993 to January 2010. Under her leadership, the newspaper won five Pulitzer Prizes, including the Gold Medal for Public Service. Currently Rowe is the 2010-2011 Knight Shorenstein Fellow at Harvard University. The National Press Foundation named Rowe the Editor of the Year in … Continued

Ruth Reichl

Ruth Reichl is at the forefront of the culinary world as a popular food writer, editor and author. Ms. Reichl began her tenure as editor in chief of Gourmet in 1999 after six years as the restaurant critic for The New York Times, where she became known for democratizing the pretentious tendencies of the fine-dining … Continued

Robert W. Greene

Robert W. Greene became Newsday assistant managing editor for Long Island coverage in 1978 after serving as Suffolk editor of the paper since 1973. Prior to this he served as senior editor in charge of Newsday’s investigative team which has won more recognized professional awards than any other similar unit in the history of American … Continued