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Nina Easton Biography, Age, Net worth, Husband, and Journalist

Nina Easton (Nina Jane Easton) is an American author, journalist, TV commentator, and entrepreneur. In 2016, she co-founded SellersEaston Media, a private-client storytelling service that preserves the legacies of leaders in business, public service, and philanthropy.

Nina Easton Biography

Nina Easton (Nina Jane Easton) is an American author, journalist, TV commentator, and entrepreneur. In 2016, she co-founded SellersEaston Media, a private-client storytelling service that preserves the legacies of leaders in business, public service, and philanthropy.

She is the former senior editor and award-winning columnist for Fortune Magazine, and now chairs Fortune Most Powerful Women International, with live events in Asia, Europe, and the U.S., and she co-chairs the Fortune Global Forum, which brings together top business leaders from around the world.

At the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), she hosts a live event and iTunes podcast series on global affairs called “Smart Women Smart Power.” She is a frequent political analyst on television and was a 2012 fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Nina Easton Age

Nina Easton was born on October 27, 1958, in Chevy Chase, Maryland United States. She is 60 years old as of 2018.

Nina Easton Net worth

Nina Easton earns her income from her businesses and from other related organizations. She also earns her income from her work as an author, journalist, TV commentator, and entrepreneur. She has an estimated net worth $ 2 million dollars.

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Nina Easton Education

Nina Easton graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Phi Beta Kappa.

Nina Easton Husband

Nina Easton was married to Ronald Brownstein; they had two children before divorcing. On November 27, 2004, she married Russell Schriefer, a Republican political strategist who was the senior advisor to the 2012 presidential campaign of Mitt Romney. In May 2007, Washington Monthly named Easton and her husband Schriefer to its list of Washington “power couples”. They live in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Nina Easton Journalist

Nina Easton started her career in journalism in 1981 as a writer for Ralph Nader, for whom she co-authored a book on the Reagan Administration. In 1984 she became a staff reporter for the Washington D.C.-based Legal Times. She then wrote for The American Banker and Businessweek before joining the Los Angeles Times as a staff writer, a position she held from 1988 to 1998.

Easton’s writing for the Los Angeles Times earned her a National Headliner Award in 1994 for best magazine writing and a Sunday Magazine Editors Award for investigative reporting. In 2003, She joined The Boston Globe as the deputy bureau chief at the paper’s Washington bureau. From 2006 until 2016, she was a senior editor covering politics and economics for Fortune Magazine.

In 2014, her Fortune column was honored with a National Headliner Award for magazine commentary. Easton also serves as chair of Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women International, which hosts events in the United States as well as internationally. She co-chairs the Fortune Global Forum, which in 2016 brought CEOs to the Vatican to meet Pope Francis and discuss a private-sector compact on creating a more inclusive global economy.

For more than a decade, from 2005 through 2016, Easton was a regular panelist on Fox News Sunday and Special Report with Bret Baier, among other Fox news shows. She has also contributed commentary to NBC’s Meet the Press, CBS’s Face the Nation, ABC’s

This Week the PBS programs including The Charlie Rose Show. During the 2004 elections, she was an analyst on CNN and during the 2008 campaign, she provided primetime election commentary for Fox News.

Nina Easton Co-Founder of SellersEaston Media

Nina Easton is the co-founder of SellersEaston Media, dedicated to capturing and preserving the legacies of leaders in business, philanthropy, the arts, and public service. www.sellerseaston.com A former Fortune editor and columnist, she chairs Fortune Most Powerful Women International and co-chairs the Fortune Global Forum gathering of the world’s top CEOs.

At the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), she hosts the global affairs series of live events and iTunes podcasts, “Smart Women Smart Power,” offering insightful interviews of top diplomats and policy-makers. A long-time TV commentator, she provides regular political analysis on Fox News’ top-rated prime-time news shows.

She helps CEOs, global leaders, and cultural icons communicate their vision and stories on stage. With deep economic and political sophistication, she engages speakers and audiences to produce far-sighted conversations on how to navigate today’s hyper-speed, disruptive landscape.

Her broad portfolio crosses business sectors–from finance and insurance to high-tech and energy–as well as U.S. and geopolitics. As a veteran leader of Fortune live events, Nina Easton understands how disrupters are surging toward today’s businesses at lightning speed and force. The survivors–and thrivers–will be those organizations that ground themselves in human-centered purpose.

As co-founder of the prominent storytelling firm SellersEaston Media, Nina deploys unparalleled interview and narrative skills on-stage (and behind the stage) to help executives shape and communicate vision and mission. As a master of ceremonies, moderator, and pre-event adviser, she helps deliver a program that engages and inspires audiences to embrace the change their leaders envision.

An accomplished political historian and award-winning former Fortune magazine columnist, Nina co-chairs the Fortune Global Forum, bringing CEOs from around the world together, and chairs Fortune Most Powerful Women International, staging events in Asia, Canada, Europe, and the U.S.

She has emceed and moderated events for Fortune 1000 companies and industry associations, including SAP, Accenture, Microsoft, the US Chamber of Commerce, the American Council of Life Insurers, and many others. Nina spent 15 years as a leading political analyst, appearing on such shows as Meet the Press, Face the Nation, and Fox News Sunday.

She spent more than a decade as a member of Fox News’ prime-time “All-Star” panel, providing analysis on presidential administrations, Congress, national elections, the global economy, and foreign policy.  At the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), she founded and hosts the program Smart Women Smart Power, bringing diplomats and global leaders to the stage for insightful interviews.

In 2019, Nina Easton and Pattie Sellers launched a SiriusXM radio show, “Making a Leader,” bringing top-name figures on-air in pairs to discuss what it takes to lead in today’s complicated business and media world.

Nina Easton Recognition and Harvard fellowships

In 1991, Easton was named a “rising star” by the British-American Project, a collaborative project between the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University and the Royal Institute of International Affairs. In 1995 she co-chaired the organization’s annual conference in England.

Easton’s 2002 book, Gang of Five: Leaders at the Center of the Conservative Ascendancy, which chronicles the rise of post-Reagan conservatism, now ranks on the Vox list of “books to read to understand the world.”

In spring 2012, Easton was named a Goldsmith Fellow at Harvard University’s Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy. Easton’s announced research project focused on the increasing income inequality in the United States and its impact on Americans’ views of the wealthy.

Also in 2012, she was named a fellow at Harvard’s Institute of Politics where her responsibilities include leading a study group for the Harvard community focusing on the role the economy plays in the election cycle.

Nina Easton Publications

Easton is the author of several books. In 1982, Easton co-authored Reagan’s Ruling Class: Portraits of the President’s Top 100 Officials with Ronald Brownstein. The book, whose preface was written by Nader, profiled individuals involved in Ronald Reagan’s presidency and included interviews with most of the administration’s top officials.

Easton’s Gang of Five: Leaders at the Center of the Conservative Ascendancy was published in 2002, examining the rise of modern conservatism and what Easton called the “hidden history” of the baby-boom generation.

Gang of Five profiled five leaders of the conservative movement in America: William Kristol, Grover Norquist, David M. McIntosh, Clint Bolick, and Ralph Reed.

While working for The Boston Globe, Easton co-authored John F. Kerry: A Complete Biography by The Boston Globe Reporters Who Know Him Best, with fellow Globe reporters Michael Kranish and Brian Mooney. The book was published in 2004.

Nina Easton Bibliography

  • Reagan’s Ruling Class: Portraits of the President’s Top 100 Officials, Pantheon, 1982, co-authored with Ronald Brownstein
  • Gang of Five: Leaders at the Center of the Conservative Ascendancy, Simon & Schuster, 2002
  • John F. Kerry: The Complete Biography by The Boston Globe Reporters Who Know Him Best, PublicAffairs, 2004, co-authored with Michael Kranish and Brian Mooney

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