Jeanne Meserve

Emmy Award Winning Anchor and Correspondent
Jeanne Meserve
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During her career as a correspondent and anchor with CNN and ABC Jeanne Meserve earned the profession’s highest honors, including two Emmys and an Edward R. Murrow Award. She also contributed to two CNN Peabody Awards. Since 2011 Jeanne has worked on the other side of the camera, coaching top leaders from corporations, government, non-profits and educational institutions on how to be successful on stage and in the media spotlight.

Jeanne also serves as a moderator and speaker. Recent moderating engagements have included the Munich Security Conference, the Halifax Security Forum, the International Women’s Forum and the Canadian American Business Council.

Jeanne is a member of the Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity, a bipartisan group of leaders from government, industry and media working to stop disinformation and safeguard democracy. She is also a member of the Wilson Center Homeland Security Advisory Group, formerly the Aspen Institute Homeland Security Advisory Group.

At CNN she anchored worldwide coverage of the Yitzhak Rabin assassination and the death of Princess Diana. She was the first to report on the devastating flooding in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, and created the network’s homeland security beat, covering intelligence, law enforcement cyber, aviation, border and port security.                  

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Risk and Frisk: What are the biggest security challenges facing the country? Are we prepared to meet them? Jeanne lays out the top concerns of security and intelligence professionals, and offers perspective on how much needs to be done to meet them, and at what costs.

News Blues: Fake news is a growing and disturbing trend. Jeanne discusses its impact, what can be done about it, and offers her observations about the profound changes in journalism she has witnessed over decades as a reporter and anchor.

Women in the Newsroom: When Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News, many women in media expressed surprise that similar cases hadn’t been filed years earlier against other news organizations. Jeanne discusses her experiences, and those of friends and colleagues, to put the Carlson case into perspective and assess the status of women in the news business.

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