Nina Easton

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Chair, Fortune Most Powerful Women International & Fox News Analyst

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These are confusing and fraught political times. The nation seems more divided than ever. Rancor runs high. Despite passage of tax reform, Congress spent most of last year paralyzed and unable to address the great challenges of our times.

Accomplished author, columnist, TV commentator, and entrepreneur Nina Easton takes her audiences beyond the headlines–and beyond the personality of our colorful President–to explore economic trends driving today’s divided political atmosphere. She shows how job trends, education levels, and globalization are contributing to a ‘paralysis of populism’ in American politics. She looks to the future, with fresh insight on what the innovation revolution now transforming global business means for the political landscape. And she offers a lively and entertaining tour of political bad blood dating back to the nation’s Founders, showing how America has been here before yet always thrived.

Nina is a familiar TV presence. Before becoming an entrepreneur, she was a prime-time Fox News political analyst and commentator on shows such as NBC’s Meet the Press and CBS’ Face the Nation. She combines three decades of political media experience with a deep understanding of today’s global business challenges, which she deploys as co-chair of the Fortune Global Forum and chair of Fortune Most Powerful Women International, hosting CEOs at events around the world. She co-wrote a best-selling book on the Reagan Administration before authoring her widely-hailed chronicle of the rise of the baby-boomer conservative movement; that book, “Gang of Five” now ranks on the Vox list of “books to read to understand the world.” She won major national awards as Fortune magazine’s Washington columnist, and before that as a senior writer for the Los Angeles Times. As a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, she taught presidential politics and wrote a treatise on income inequality.

Nina values robust audience Q&A, and always offers plenty of opportunity for audience members to showcase their opinions as well as their questions.


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