New Mexico-based writer Kathleen McCleery is long-time, award-winning broadcast journalist who has worked for PBS, NBC, and other major news organizations. During the fall semester of 2016, she was a Ferris Visiting Professor of Journalism at Princeton University where she taught a seminar course entitled “Politics and the Media: Covering the 2016 Campaign.” She also is a special correspondent and freelance producer for the PBS NewsHour, reporting stories ranging from politics to the environment, education, science, health care and the arts. She’s covered Presidential campaigns since 1980, and has produced interviews with every President from Jimmy Carter through Barack Obama.
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