Shorenstein Center welcomes 2013 spring fellows

1 min read

The Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, located at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, is pleased to announce its 2013 spring fellows.

“We have an all-star group of fellows from the heights of journalism and politics and the pinnacle of digital technology, and it promises to be a semester that is super-rich for students interested in these things,” said Alex Jones, the center’s director.

Peter Hamby is a national political reporter for CNN, based in the Washington bureau.

Melinda Henneberger is a political writer for The Washington Post, where she writes a twice-weekly column and anchors the She the People blog.

John Huey was the editor-in-chief of Time Inc.

Martin Nisenholtz is a senior adviser for The New York Times Company and an adjunct associate professor at the Columbia Journalism School.

Paul Sagan is executive vice chairman of Akamai Technologies and was the company’s chief executive officer from 2005 until January 2013.

Michael Slaby was chief integration and innovation officer for the Obama campaign in 2012 and chief  technology officer for the campaign in 2008.