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- Pulitzer Prize Winner, John Hughes on Iranian Nuclear Threat & Syrian Violence and Victoria Costello on Mental Illness and Your Family Genetics
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- John Hughes is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former editor of the Christian Science Monitor. He is currently a professor of international communications at Brigham Young University and writes a nationally syndicated column for the Monitor. Hughes served for six years as Africa correspondent and six years as Far East correspondent before becoming the Monitor's editor. A Nieman Fellow at Harvard, he won the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of Indonesia and the Overseas Press Club Award for his investigation of the international narcotics traffic. During the Reagan administration he was associate director of the United States Information Agency, director of the Voice of America, and assistant secretary of state for public affairs and department spokesman. He later chaired presidential and congressional commissions on international government broadcasting.
Victoria's family memoir titled A Lethal Inheritance, A Mother Uncovers the Science Behind Three Generations of Mental Illness. Victoria has written regular blog posts for PsychologyToday.com, PsychCentral.com, Mamapedia.com, TweenParent.com, Yahoo Health & Wellness News. She is a frequent public speaker on behalf of the Mental Health Association of San Francisco to corporate and community audiences. In her Emmy award winning television career, Victoria Costello specialized in digesting and translating technical and scientific materials into more colloquial terms. She won her 1995 Emmy for writing and producing a Disney TV special she co-produced with National Audubon Society called "This Island Earth," a look at the human health implications of endangered species. She produced a television documentary "Who Will Protect the Family" for PBS with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Frances Fitzgerald. Costello created film and print media on family planning programs and women's maternal health in Africa and Central America for The United Nations Population Program's Face to Face Campaign.