Join AFF and NeW as we talk about fighting for liberty in the days of Trump and Hillary. We’re having the wonderful Carrie Sheffield speak to us!
Carrie Sheffield is a writer and political analyst based in New York City. She’s the founder of Bold, a new media startup, and has been a former editorial writer for The Washington Times, a reporter for Politico, and a reporter for The Hill. In 2009, Sheffield won funding from Harvard University to serve as a correspondent for The Jerusalem Post in Israel.
Sheffield earned a B.A. in communications from Brigham Young University in 2005 and a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University. She formerly worked for syndicated columnist Robert Novak before receiving a journalism fellowship award from The Phillips Foundation on “Latter-day Saints in the Policy Arena-The Political Influence and Climate of Modern Mormonism.” She later joined the editorial board of The Washington Times under Tony Blankley, writing on domestic and foreign policy and politics. She covered the 2008 presidential race, including an interview with former U.S. president Jimmy Carter at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, during which he stated that former president Bill Clinton had damaged Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
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