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Nina Easton

Chair, Fortune Most Powerful Women International and Fox News Analyst

  • Host of CSIS Podcast “Smart Women, Smart Power”
  • Decades of experience covering politics and the economy
  • The perfect combination of polished TV presenter and witty magazine columnist

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Nina Easton is a best-selling author, magazine writer, and TV commentator. She won numerous national awards during her career as a senior editor and columnist at Fortune magazine, covering politics, the economy, and foreign affairs. She is a regular prime time commentator and member of the “All Star Panel” on Fox News, where she has covered every election since 2004. She combines TV charisma with a deep understanding of both American politics and global economics.

Nina is currently co-chair of Fortune magazine's Most Powerful Women International and Global Forum conferences—conceiving and casting high-profile live events for Fortune 500 executives, and conducting interviews with the some of the biggest names in global business and international affairs. Her critically-acclaimed political history, Gang of Five, drawing on hundreds of interviews and archival research, ranks on the Vox list of “books to read to understand the world.”

Nina’s live interviews are in demand beyond Fortune magazine, and she regularly appears on stage as an interviewer and emcee in front of leading industry groups. At the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the prominent Washington DC foreign affairs think tank, Nina hosts the global affairs series of live events and iTunes podcast, Smart Women, Smart Power, bringing world leaders and diplomats to the stage for insightful interviews.

In addition to Fox News, Nina has provided commentary on such programs as Meet the Press, Face the Nation, and Charlie Rose. In 2012, she was a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, teaching and producing influential research on America’s wealth gap. She won numerous awards during her decade-long tenure as a Sunday magazine writer at the Los Angeles Times. In 2004, she co-wrote the book, John F. Kerry: A Complete Biography, and coordinated much of the Boston Globe's political coverage as deputy chief of its Washington DC bureau.

She grew up in California and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of U.C. Berkeley.

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