First Ladies Conference in the Media
Anita McBride was quoted in a story on December 3 for The Hill about First Lady Michelle Obama's increased role in fundraising for Democratic candidates in the upcoming midterm elections.
For an episode of its online series "On Background," the Washington Post interviewed Anita McBride about how some of America's most popular First Ladies created a home for themselves at the country's most famous address.
The Concordia Summit profiled Anita McBride on her efforts with First Ladies and Concordia.
Bloomberg TV interviewed Anita McBride during a news segment on how well Hollywood portrays life in the White House and Washington in TV shows like "VEEP" and "House of Cards."
Anita McBride wrote a column on July 3 for The Huffington Post that gives reason for Americans to be proud of the international humanitarian work being done abroad transcending politics and embracing altruism while also empowering women. It appeared while McBride was in Tanzania as part of the African First Ladies Summit: Investing in Women: Strengthening Africa. The Kaiser Foundation also shared the column on its Web site.
Chuck Todd, of MSNBC's "The Daily Rundown," discussed the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library with McBride and former Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings.
Anita McBride joined several advisers from the George W. Bush administration on NBC's "Meet the Press" to examine the legacy of President Bush.
Anita McBride Interviewed on NPR's "All Things Considered"
A USA Today article quoted Anita McBride about the exposure Michelle Obama received during her first term as First Lady, as she prepared more four more years in the role.
Anita McBride was featured in a Bloomberg News piece about the screening at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC, of Girl Rising, a documentary about young women's education narrated by top Hollywood artists.
The Washington Post quoted Anita McBride in a story about the impact of being the guest of a First Lady at the President's State of the Union address.
Anita McBride discussed Michelle Obama's decision to attend the memorial service of young girl killed in Chicago street violence in the Chicago Tribune.
The Associated Press quoted Anita McBride in a story about the start of Michelle Obama's second term as First Lady. The article was syndicated by more than 300 outlets across the country.
During news coverage of President Obama's inauguration parade, Anita McBride was interviewed by CBS affiliate WUSA in Washington, DC.
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