Maynard Institute President Dori Maynard Elected to ASNE Board

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MIJE Staff
June 26, 2013

Dori MaynardThe ASNE Board of Directors added 9 new members and elected a new executive committee at the organization's annual convention in Washington, D.C. David Boardman of the Seattle Times took the reins as ASNE president on the final day of the convention.

The remaining members elected to the organization's executive committee:

  • Vice President Chris Peck, The Riverton (Wyo.) Ranger 
  • Secretary Pam Fine, Knight Chair for News, Leadership and Community at The University of Kansas, Lawrence
  • Treasurer Mizell Stewart III, The E.W. Scripps Co., Cincinnati

Directors elected for three-year terms:

  • Anders Gyllenhaal, McClatchy Washington Bureau
  • Karen Magnuson, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
  • Michael Oreskes, The Associated Press, New York
  • Lucy Dalglish, Philip Merril College of Journalism, University of Maryland
  • Melanie A. Sill, Southern California Public Radio

Directors elected for two-year terms:

  • Jim Brady, Digital First Media
  • Dori Maynard, Maynard Institute


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MIJE/POLITICO/AU Journalism Training Program

The Maynard Institute will partner again in 2015 with POLITICO and American University to run the POLITICO Journalism Institute, a program that will bring  a dozen promising college students from around the country for training in covering politics and government.

The program will run from June 5-12. Expenses including transportation and housing will be covered. The application deadline is May 8.

"Expanding the diversity of the press corps that covers Washington continues to be a critical need. We are pleased to partner again with POLITICO and American University and build on the success of last year’s program in training a new generation of journalists, said Maynard Institute acting executive director Evelyn Hsu.

More information about the program and a link to the application is here.