Jamie Smith, the feature of our last mini-profile, had a story too good to pass up.
Jamie Smith built her career on Capitol Hill by following one motto: “Follow the person, not the job.”
Carol Guzy, the only four time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, said her awards “mean the world, but it’s bittersweet.”
Sonya Ross, a female journalist of color, said, “racism is the biggest thing I have overcome in my career.”
Grouchy Greg Watkins is not a conventional type of businessman.
Susan Goldberg, the editorial director of National Geographic Partners and editor in chief of National Geographic magazine, proved that women journalists can keep up with a rapidly changing environment.
Instead of giving answers, Brian Lamb, the founder and director of C-SPAN, offered questions.
As I attended the Washington Journalism and Media Conference, I will be able to post interviews like these with other journalists and public figures.
Terry Anderson, the WJMC’s keynote speaker at the National Press Club, told the young crowd that journalism was a difficult career choice.
This is the first TSS post! For this month, we’ll focus on communication. We’ll have mini-profiles with top journalists about their experiences in a challenging profession.