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The Thought Leadership Series at Lesley University Presents Gayle Jessup White
Join us Thursday, January 27, from 7pm-8pm for a Webinar. Gayle Jessup White is a descendant of Thomas Jefferson and two families enslaved on his estate. A former award-winning print and television journalist, she began her career at the New York Times and is the public relations and chief engagement officer at Monticello, a National Historic Landmark about which she has written extensively.

Jan 27, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Gayle Jessup White
A former award-winning TV reporter and anchor
Gayle Jessup White is a third generation Washingtonian whose lineage extends as far back as the indigenous people who inhabited the Chesapeake area before the arrival of Europeans. Her American roots are in Virginia going back to the Jamestown settlement, and in Maryland. Her international lineage is principally Nigerian and British. She attended the city’s private and public schools and attended Howard University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. Although she lives in Richmond, Virginia, she still considers herself a “DC girl.” A former award-winning TV reporter and anchor, Gayle began her career in journalism at The New York Times, where she interned in the Washington Bureau. She left the Times for Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, earning a Master of Science in Journalism. Gayle spent several years as a TV news reporter and anchor before becoming a public television producer and show host at her undergraduate alma mater, Howard.