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  Bill Plante

Bill Plante has covered every Presidential campaign since 1968, and has been a CBS News White House correspondent during the administrations of our last four presidents. Plante's reports are seen  . . . more info

  Dr. S. Brent Plate

Assistant Professor of Religion and the Visual Arts at Texas Christian University, S. Brent Plate's teaching and research revolve around "religious visual culture." He is interested in how humans see, . . . more info

  Chris Plomsky

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  Yvonne Pointer

community activist; Dept. of Community Relations, Cleveland

"Mommy, Speak For Me" . . . more info

  Jonathan Pond

Mr. Pond is recognized as America's financial planner with an Emmy award for appearances on public television. . . . more info

  Dr. Gerald M. Pops

Dr. Pops is a professor of public administration at West Virginia University. He specializes in public personnel administration, administrative law, professional standards and ethics, administrative  . . . more info

  Kim Post

Post specializes in team building with a diversity focus. She works with teams global in nature and sees a need for something else besides the norm of diversity. Post finished her undergraduate work . . . more info

  Dr. Stephen G. Post

Former senior research scholar in the Becket Institute at St. Hugh's College, Oxford University, Stephen G. Post is a professor in the Department of Bioethics at the School of Medicine at Case Western . . . more info

  Sandra Postel

Sandra Postel, a leading authority on freshwater issues, is director of the Global Water Policy Project in Amherst, Massachusetts. From 1988 until 1994, she served as vice president for research at th . . . more info

  Trevor Potter

Trevor Potter, Stephen Colbert’s SuperPAC lawyer and former FEC chairman, is a member in Caplin & Drysdale’s Washington, D.C., office, where he leads the firm’s political law practice. One of th . . . more info

  Stephanie Powell Wats

African-American women protagonists lose and find love, confront sanity and craziness, and strive to make sense of their lives in North Carolina. A Jehovah’s Witness girl goes door to door with an e . . . more info

  Kay Pranis

Kay Pranis is a long-time leader in the Restorative Justice Movement. Having learned about Peacemaking Circles in her work in Restorative Justice in the mid-90s, she has been teaching and writing abou . . . more info

  Dr. Kate Pravera

Kate Pravera is Senior Fellow and Director of Professional Education at the Great Cities Institute, a unit of the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, University of Illinois at Chicago. Chief . . . more info

  Julia Preston

Julia Preston is a national correspondent covering immigration for The New York Times and was a member of the Times team that won the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on international affairs for its . . . more info

  Dr. Clement Price

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  Elizabeth Prodromou

Dr. Elizabeth H. Prodromou is an Affiliate Scholar at the Center for European Studies (CES) at Harvard University, where she Co-Chairs the Southeastern Europe Study Group. She is a retired, senior US  . . . more info

  Alex Prud'homme

Alex Prud’homme writes about compelling ideas and trends that bear significance beyond their moment. In his latest work, he takes on the looming problem of freshwater scarcity, a disturbing phenome . . . more info

  Jerry Pubantz

Currently a professor of Political Science at the U. of North Carolina, Dr. Pubantz is an expert on international politics and an author on the United Nations.

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  Christina Puchalski

Christina Puchalski, MD, MS, FACP, is a pioneer and leader in the movement to integrate spirituality into healthcare in both the clinical setting and in medical education. As Founder and Director of t . . . more info

  William Purcell

Bill Purcell is the fifth mayor of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, elected first in 1999 and reelected to a second term in 2003 with a record setting 84.8 percent of the  . . . more info

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