Jill Abramson
homepage:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/02/business/media/05askthetimes.html
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Ms. Abramson was appointed managing editor in 2003 after serving as Washington bureau chief. She joined the newspaper in 1997. Previously, she was an editor and investigative reporter at The Wall Street Journal. She is a graduate of Harvard College and co-author of two books: "Strange Justice: The Selling of Clarence Thomas" and "Where They Are Now."


Lectures:

lecture
flag Leadership and Entrepreneurship
as author at  MIT World Series: Sloan Innovation Period (SIP),
together with: Philip J. Hilts, Cristine Russell, Andrew Revkin, Ivan Oransky, Evan Hadingham,
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  lecture
flag The Future of Science Journalism
as author at  MIT World Series: Cambridge Science Festival,
together with: Philip J. Hilts, Cristine Russell, Andrew Revkin, Ivan Oransky, Evan Hadingham,
195 views