Pitt Family Foundation Speaker Series Presents Ezra Klein (Virtual)
Ezra Klein will present for the Pitt Family Foundation Speaker Series.
About Ezra Klein:
Ezra Klein is founder and Editor-at-large of Vox-a platform dedicated to explaining the news. Launched in April 2014, Vox has grown at a startling rate: it now receives more than 20 million unique visitors monthly and leads Comscore's politics category. Vox was the first online-only news publication to land an interview with former President Barack Obama. Klein is also a policy analyst for MSNBC, where his commentary focuses on, as he describes it "domestic and economic policy-making, as well as the political system that's constantly screwing it up." Prior to starting Vox, Klein oversaw The Washington Post's "Wonkblog" and was a columnist for Bloomberg News. In 2012, GQ named Klein as one of the "50 Most Powerful People in Washington," saying "as proprietor of the Post's 'Wonkblog', Klein has become a singular journalistic force" and Esquire named him as one of "79 Things We Can All Agree On" saying, "Ezra Klein gives economics columnists a good name." In 2014, Vanity Fair named him one of the media's "new disrupters." He likes graphs and appendix tables, and he lives in Washington.
This event is part of the Pitt Family Foundation Participatory Democracy Speaker Series, an activity of Arizona Law's Participatory Democracy Initiative. The initiative is an interdisciplinary and community-engaged program of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, the School of Government & Public Policy, and the School of Journalism.