Maureen sat down for a candid interview with NPR veteran Diane Rehm following her brave decision to leave a network she had worked at for decades rather than accept a contract she felt was less than she deserved. Source it to hear the lifetime of wisdom + experience that informed her bold move.
Longtime broadcast journalist Maureen Bunyan got her start in tv in the 1970s...just when women + minorities were breaking into the industry. Her career took her from Wisconsin to DC where she became an award-winner at a top news station. The Aruban-born anchor also founded the National Association of Black Journalists to creative a supportive community + help mentor industry up-and-comers.