Morley Winograd is a consultant, author, speaker, and on-air pundit delivering candid, informed insights on engaging Millennials. His predictions and often pithy analyses have appeared in (or on) The New York Times, "The Today Show," CNN, USA Today, PBS "NewsHour," NPR, Barron's, Forbes, Reuters, and Univision. Co-author with Michael Hais of three highly acclaimed books, "Millennial Majority" (2013), "Millennial Momentum" (2011), and "Millennial Makeover" (2008), Winograd is a senior fellow at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School's Center on Communication Leadership and Policy. He also served as senior policy advisor to Vice President Al Gore in the second term of the Clinton administration.
Based in Los Angeles, he is a researcher for The Brookings Institution ("How Millennials Could Upend Wall Street and Corporate America"). He is also president and CEO of the nonprofit Redeeming America's Promise, and is a contributor to several digital outlets, including The Christian Science Monitor, The National Journal, New Geography, and PolicyMic.
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