Meet The Speakers Of The Washington Post


Pulitzer Prize-winning Journalist and Television Personality

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jonathan Capehart is known for his insightful, hard-hitting reporting and writing and witty commentary. He is a member of The Washington Post editorial board and an opinion columnist, where he writes about the intersection of social and cultural issues and politics and hosts the Post’s “Cape Up” podcast and live roundtable show "First Look."  He is also an MSNBC contributor and anchor of The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart, and a regular PBS NewsHour contributor delivering its Friday evening political commentary segment Brooks & Capehart. Capehart discusses the news of the day, cultural shifts happening domestically and globally, and the issues that matter now and will matter in the months and years to come.


Columnist for the Washington Post and Former Co-Host of Parker Spitzer

Kathleen Parker, the most widely syndicated columnist in the country, writes for the Washington Post twice-weekly on politics and culture. She is also a consulting faculty member at the Buckley School of Public Speaking and a regular guest on Sunday news shows. A columnist since 1987, Parker has worked for five newspapers, from Florida to California, and has written for several magazines. She also won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary and was named one of the nation’s “Top Five Columnists” by The Week magazine. Parker addresses politics, culture, and contemporary issues.


Washington Post Columnist and Author of Homo Politicus and SMASHMOUTH

A self-proclaimed “political anthropologist,” Dana Milbank is an award-winning Washington Post columnist and a political analyst. Author of the best-selling Homo Politicus and SMASHMOUTH, he has written for the New York Times MagazineNew York Magazine, the New Republic, the Wall Street Journal, and more. Milbank won the White House Correspondent Association’s Beckman Award for “repeated excellence in White House coverage” and was named one of the nation’s top political journalists by Columbia Journalism Review. He addresses politics, punditry, journalism, and the media.


Two-Time Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist and Associate Editor of the Washington Post

No one else in political investigative journalism has the clout, respect, and reputation of Bob Woodward. He is the author of 19 bestselling books – 13 were #1 – more than any contemporary nonfiction writer. His bestseller, Fear: Trump in the White House, is the deepest dive ever made into the first months of any American president. Woodward’s 20th book, Rage, goes behind the scenes of the Trump presidency like never before. Currently associate editor for The Washington Post where he’s worked since 1971, Bob Woodward has won nearly every American journalism award including two Pulitzers.