Tuesday, May 4 at 7:30PM

Join us online for a virtual conversation and Q&A with seasoned journalist, presidential debate moderator and host of FOX News Sunday, Chris Wallace.

Over his extensive and impressive career, Wallace has won every major broadcast news award for his reporting, including three Emmy Awards, the Dupont-Columbia Silver Baton, the Peabody Award, and the Sol Taishoff Award for Broadcast Journalism from the National Press Foundation. Most recently, he won the Paul White Award for lifetime achievement from the Radio Television Digital News Association.

Described as an “equal opportunity inquisitor” by The Boston Globe, and “sharp edged” and “solid” by The Washington Post, Wallace delivers an unparalleled insider look into the current political environment, the White House and the future of America.

Washington Insights and Perspective From Behind the Scenes

As one of the country’s most seasoned and respected journalists, Chris Wallace draws from his decades at the news desk to deliver valuable insight and perspective on an America with Joe Biden in the White House and a changed Congressional landscape. With an expert’s eye and a historian’s perspective, Wallace analyzes current issues to provide audiences with an in-depth understanding of how business organizations and individuals can prepare for the immediate future. From tax reform to the state of healthcare, Wallace breaks down the day’s headlines with the clarity and distinction that have established him as a go-to source for the most important political observations. Wallace’s keynotes always feature surprising, behind-the-scenes anecdotes about Washington, and unique insights on the critical and evolving role of the media.

Chris Wallace

Chris Wallace breaks down today’s top news issues and their impact on individuals and industry. Wallace’s thorough presentation of the facts leaves audiences with takeaways that prepare them for impending changes in the political landscape.

The host of FOX News Sunday, Chris has established himself as a battled-tested media presence, an incisive, thoughtful interviewer, and a venerable authority on presidential history and election politics. In fact, his interview of Russian President, Vladimir Putin received a 2019 Emmy nomination for Best Live Interview.

Over Chris’s decades-long journalism career, he reported from the ABC News desk as a senior correspondent for Primetime and 20/20, and as an anchor on the longest running show on television, NBC News’ Meet the Press. The author of the best-seller, Character: Profiles in Presidential Courage, Chris has won every major broadcast news award, including three Emmys, the Peabody Award and the Dupont-Columbia Silver Baton Award. In 2016, Chris earned praise from fellow journalists and political operatives on both sides of the aisle for his sterling performance moderating the final presidential debate between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump. He returned to the moderator’s chair again for the 2020 matchup between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. His latest book, Countdown 1945, tells the extraordinary story of the atomic bomb and the 116 days that changed the world.

With substance, fairness and gravitas, Chris captivates with seasoned insights on current events and political affairs, including the evolving role of the media and influence of technology on the presidency, what America will look like under President Biden, and what audiences can expect during his administration.

Budd MishkinBudd Mishkin, Moderator

Budd Mishkin has been a broadcast journalist for almost forty years. Most recently, he was an anchor/correspondent for CBS News Radio Network. Mishkin spent 25 years as an anchor/reporter for NY1 and was one of the journalists who helped found New York City’s 24 hour cable news channel in 1992. He’s interviewed countless artists and luminaries for radio and television and has created and hosted nights of conversation at venues in New York, New Jersey and beyond.


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