May 15, 2014
by Katie Neal ('03) | email@example.com | 336.758.6141
Jill Abramson, former Executive Editor of the New York Times, has confirmed that she will deliver the Commencement address at Wake Forest University on Monday, May 19.
A Commencement Speaker Advisory Committee comprised of students, faculty, staff and administrators provided input on the speaker selection process. On Thursday, Wake Forest President Nathan Hatch re-affirmed the University’s invitation to her.
“I cannot think of a better message for the Class of 2014 than that of resilience,” said President Nathan Hatch. “Jill Abramson’s accomplishments speak for themselves, and I am confident she will have an inspiring and timely message for our graduates.”
Media wishing to attend the ceremony should send requests to the Wake Forest News Office at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, May 16, 2014. A member of the News Office will confirm specific details regarding credentials, parking, and other logistics for each request.
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