12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Allison Dining Room (Taubman 5th floor)
Moderated by Farai Chideya, Spring 2017 Joan Shorenstein Fellow.
Please join us for a conversation with author and journalist, David Gregory, moderated by Shorenstein Fellow Farai Chideya. The two will discuss their shared background in journalism and the media’s role in keeping leaders of all stripes accountable. They will also address media’s influence on public discourse and shaping public opinion.
Best known for his nearly twenty years at NBC News, David served for six years as the moderator of Meet the Press and Chief White House Correspondent during the entire Presidency of George W. Bush. He is now a political analyst on CNN and the host of the David Gregory podcast featuring interviews with newsmakers and thought leaders. David is also a sought after speaker on politics world affairs as well as faith since the release of his book, How’s Your Faith?, a critically acclaimed memoir about his attempts to deepen his own faith amid the rough and tumble of broadcast news.
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Presented by the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School and cosponsored by the Shorenstein Center.