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Bonnie M. Anderson

Anderson (BSJ77) was vice president in charge of recruiting and talent development for the CNN News Group, and also served as managing editor of CNN en Espanol, CNN’s 24-hour Spanish language news network. She formed part of the core group that developed, launched and supervised CNN en Espanol for the first three years. She previously served as national correspondent for CNN, where she covered such top breaking news stories as the Oklahoma City bombing, the Los Angeles earthquake, Pope John Paul II’s visit to Denver, Hurricane Andrew in South Florida and the Branch Davidian stand-off in Waco, Texas. Anderson was honored with seven Emmy Awards and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in feature writing.