ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR, THE WASHINGTON POST
One of the most respected and iconic investigative reporters in the newspaper business, Bob Woodward first gained national attention when he teamed with fellow Post reporter Carl Bernstein to investigate a burglary at the Watergate office building in the early morning hours of June 17, 1972. Their subsequent reporting on the ensuing scandal ultimately brought down the presidency of Richard Nixon.
Woodward has earned nearly every American journalism award, including the Pulitzer Prize, awarded to the Post in 1973 for Woodward and Bernstein’s Watergate reporting. Their account of the investigation, detailed in their book All the President’s Men, became a national best seller ...