Crossley, a visiting Woodrow Wilson Fellow, was a special guest
at Elon University's School of Communications April 20-24. She lectured
in classes and met with select groups during her stay, sharing her
insights and expertise.
Crossley, of Cambridge, Mass., has won an Emmy Award and a DuPont-Columbia
Award. She is a Gold Baton winner and has been an Academy Award
nominee. She worked as a producer with ABC News' "20/20"
She has been a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, and an Institute
of Politics Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at
Harvard, where she led a seven-week discussion series called "Beyond
Media Coverage: Deconstructing the Message."
She is known in Massachusetts for her appearances on the WGBH-TV
program "Beat the Press," an award-winning weekly show
examining local and national media coverage.
She currently works as a professional moderator, lecturer and media
consultant in addition to her work as a documentary producer and
her continuing contributions at Harvard. Elon is the first of the
universities she will visit as a Wilson Fellow,
David Shribman of the Boston Globe, was the School of Communications'
most recent previous Woodrow Wilson Fellow. He spent a week at Elon
in Spring 2001.