Tony Fratto, a former deputy White House press secretary for President George W. Bush, and former NPR correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty have been named George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA) 2014-15 fellows.
Fratto currently serves as managing partner of Hamilton Place Strategies. Prior to joining the Bush White House he was an assistant secretary at Treasury and a communications specialist for the Bush-Cheney campaign.
Bradley Hagerty reported on politics, legal affairs, and religion at NPR for 18 years. She has received two Gracie Awards from the Alliance for Women in Media, a National Headliner Award and the Religion Newswriters Association’s Radio/Podcast Religion Report of the Year Award.
Past GW fellows include Sen. Robert Bennett, former White House videographer Arun Chaudhary, former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs P.J. Crowley, CBS News’ Major Garrett, FOX News’ Ed Henry, NYTimes‘ Bob Herbert, NPR’s Mara Liasson, former White House press secretary Joe Lockhart, and former “Nightline” editorial producer Tara Sonenshine.