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Read on to learn more about the men and women who have been on this list.1.
Aimee Arroyo-Perez, New York Times reporter, writer, and editorThe New York City Times reporter and New York University graduate student is a Pulitzer Prize winner for her reporting on the 2015 Occupy Wall Street protests and her coverage of the U.S. election.
She was named an inaugural member of the Pulitzer Board of Directors by the National Association of Black Journalists and was also a finalist for the James Beard Award for Outstanding Investigative Reporting.
Her most recent book, The Black Lives Matter Guide to a Democratic Republic, is a New York Magazine bestseller.2.
Amy Chozick, The New York Post columnist, author, and New Yorker contributorThe author of the best-selling New Yorker book The New Yorker: A Year in the Life of a Great American City and the bestseller, The Art of the Deal, Chozack has covered the news in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington for The New England Journal of Medicine, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, and other publications.
She is also a regular on The Daily Show and has been interviewed by ABC News, NPR, CNN, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and the CBS Evening News.3.
David Leonhardt, Washington Post reporter, former State Department spokesperson, and former U.N. ambassadorThe former State department spokesperson and former senior adviser to President Obama is a veteran of several administrations, including George W. Bush’s and Obama’s.
He was the national security adviser to former President Bill Clinton and served as U.K. ambassador to Afghanistan, South Korea, and Japan.
Leonhardt has covered U.