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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Six to be inducted in Hewlett-Woodmere alumni Hall of Fame
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Jeffrey A. Bader

    From the Olympics to a mining disaster, Rosendale, now the breaking news reporter and fill-in anchor for NBC News 4 New York, is an award-winning television reporter.
    The New York and Vermont Associated Press bureaus have honored him for breaking and general news coverage. He received the New York State AP Award for Best Newscast.
    Previous jobs include weekday anchor, breaking news field anchor and special assignment reporter for KSTP-TV (ABC) in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN, and a main anchor, weekend anchor and weekday reporter for upstate Plattsburgh and Burlington, Vermont, and on WPTZ-TV (Hearst/NBC), when he covered the Salt Lake Olympics.
    He also contributes his time to the United Way and Salvation Army charities.

Jeffrey A. Bader

    A Brookings Institution’s John C. Whitehead Senior Fellow in International Diplomacy, Foreign Policy for the institution’s John L. Thornton China Center, Bader served as special assistant to President Obama as senior director for East Asian Affairs on the National Security Council from January 2009 to April 2011. His many positions include the national committee on U.S. - China relations, academic advisory board U.S.- China Congressional Working Group, U.S. State Department director in Office of Chinese and Mongolian Affairs, deputy consul general to Hong Kong, assistant U.S. trade representative, ambassador to Namibia, and deputy assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs. Bader received the U.S. State Department’s Distinguished Service Award. He wrote, “Obama and China’s Rise: An Insider’s Account of America’s Asia Strategy” (2012).

 

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