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Biography

Linda Douglass is a senior advisor to Atlantic Media and oversees communications for all divisions of the company, including The Atlantic, National Journal Group, Government Executive, Quartz and Atlantic Media Strategies. Until recently, she was senior vice president for Global Communications at Atlantic Media. In 2007, Ms. Douglass served as a contributing editor at National Journal and was a frequent guest on cable programs such as MSNBC’s “Hardball” and CNN’s “Reliable Sources” and hosted a weekly radio program, “National Journal on Air”. Previously, Ms. Douglass served as director of communications for the White House Office of Health Reform and senior advisor to the 2008 Obama presidential campaign. Prior to working in politics, Ms. Douglass spent nine years as the chief Capitol Hill correspondent for ABC News, where she filed frequent reports for World News Tonight, Good Morning America and was often a roundtable commentator on This Week with George Stephanopoulos. Before joining ABC News, Ms. Douglass was a Washington-based correspondent for CBS News, and reported for KNBC-TV and CBS local and network news in Los Angeles. Ms. Douglass began her career as a researcher for KCBS in 1973. Ms. Douglass received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Southern California.

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Tanden & Others: Active Role Models for Empowering Women

07.18.13 | 00:55:10 min | 0 comments