Event Location: Oregon
Moderator of CBS News’ Face The Nation & CBS News’ Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent
Margaret Brennan is the moderator of CBS News' Face The Nation and the network's senior foreign affairs correspondent based in Washington, DC. Brennan has reported on politics, international affairs, foreign relations, the economy, and global markets since she joined CBS News in 2012 and was named the White House and senior foreign affairs in 2017. Prior to joining CBS News, Brennan spent a decade covering global finance, anchoring a weekday show on Bloomberg Television called "InBusiness with Margaret Brennan."
Journalist & Sr. CNN Political Analyst
- Local: $10,001 - $20,000*
- US East: $10,001 - $20,000*
- US West: $10,001 - $20,000*
- Europe: $55,001 - $75,000*
- Asia: $20,001 - $35,000*
Part journalist, part historian, and all shrewd political observer, Ronald (Ron) Brownstein explains the complexities of American politics with lucid precision. As a CNN Senior Political Analyst, Senior Editor for the Atlantic, and Contributing Editor for National Journal, he produces sharp analysis on politics, policy, the electorate, media, healthcare, energy, the press' impact on Americans, and the range of issues informed by his strong sense of American political and national history. Brownstein provides an insider’s look into politics and the media and has twice been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He is also the author of six best-selling books, and his articles on politics, public policy, and culture have appeared in myriad of major publications and on many broadcast news outlets.
Award-Winning Journalist & President of BGR Public Relations
Jeffery Birnbaum, former managing editor-digital of The Washington Times, is an award-winning journalist and television commentator, and regular political analyst for Fox News, CNN, PBS, and NPR, appearing on both television and radio. Birnbaum is the author of four books and Washingtonian magazine selected him as one of “Washington’s 50 best and most influential journalists.” Birnbaum addresses the current political climate and how it affects the current administration and the global perception of America.