10 Facts About Campbell Brown

1. In 2012, Campbell Brown performed as a "broadcast journalist" in the play 8.

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2. On December 18, 2007, Campbell Brown gave birth to their son, Eli James Senor, named after his grandfather, James Senor.

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3. On June 24, 2007, Campbell Brown announced on Weekend Today that she and her husband were expecting their first baby.

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4. In July 2015, Campbell Brown co-founded The 74, a non-profit, non-partisan news site covering education in America; it gets its name from the fact that there are roughly 74 million children under the age of 18 in the United States.

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5. In June 2014, Campbell Brown founded the non-profit organization Partnership for Educational Justice, which aims to help students, families and communities advocate for public school reform through coalition building and legal action.

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6. In June 2013, Campbell Brown founded the Parents Transparency Project, a nonprofit watchdog group on behalf of parents seeking information and accountability from the teachers' unions and New York Department of Education on actions impacting children in schools.

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7. In January 2017, Facebook announced that Campbell Brown would be joining to lead the company's news partnerships team.

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8. In May 2012, Campbell Brown published a New York Times op-ed in which she criticized President Obama for sounding "paternalistic" when he speaks of women.

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9. On May 18, 2010, Campbell Brown announced that she would be leaving CNN.

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10. In March 2006, Campbell Brown was named as one of five women who might replace Katie Couric when she left the Today Show.

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