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Leslie Price
Editor of Racked National , a blog dedicated to fashion and retail
Margo Price
American singer-songwriter
Mary Price
General counsel for Families Against Mandatory Minimums
Michael Price
Counsel for the Brennan Center’s Liberty and National Security Program at NYU School of Law
Richard Price
American novelist and screenwriter
Robert Price
Columnist and Editorial Page Editor at the Bakersfield Californian
Roy Price
Director of Amazon Studios
Michele Prichard
Common Agenda Director for the nonprofit Liberty Hill Foundation
Michaele Pride
Professor of Architecture at the University of New Mexico, where she heads up Public Interest Design, also known as community-based design
John Prideaux
Political correspondent for the Economist , based in London
Rebecca Prime
A professor at Hood University and the author of “Hollywood Exiles in Europe: The Blacklist and Cold War Film Culture.”
Bill Primosch
Senior Director for International Business Policy for the National Association of Manufacturers , which represents 11,000 American manufacturers
Gina Prince-Bythewood
American film director and writer
Local favorites Princeton were founded by twin brothers Jesse & Matt Kivel and their childhood best friend, Ben Usen. They offer breezy pop songs about love when they join Morning Becomes Eclectic for a live session at 11:15am.
Curt Pringle
Mayor of Anaheim and Chairman of the California High Speed Rail Authority Board
Paul Pringle
Investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times
Nomi Prins
Journalist and senior fellow at Demos; former analyst with Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns
Beverly Prior
Principal, KMC and Beverly Prior Architects
Charles 'Jack' Pritchard
Former Ambassador and Special Envoy for negotiations with North Korea early in the Bush Administration; President of the Korea Economic Institute and author of Failed Diplomacy : The Tragic Story of How North Korea Got the Bomb
Justin Pritchard
Reporter for the Associated Press
Lant Pritchett
Professor at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and author of Let Their People Come : Breaking the Gridlock on Global Labor Mobility; former economist with the World Bank (1988-1998)
Cindy Pritzker
Co-founder of the Pritzker Architecture Prize , widely regarded as the highest honor in the field of architecture
Wolf Prix
Principal at the architectural firm of Coop Himmelblau
Chris Probert
Social Marketing Manager for Adbusters magazine, based in Vanouver, British Columbia
Jeff Probst
Emmy-winning host of the long-running reality series  Survivor  and director of Finder's Fee  and Kiss Me
Robert Profusek
Partner at the law firm of Jones Day
Francine Prose
President of the PEN American Center , a membership association of prominent literary writers and editors; author of Reading Like a Writer : A Guide for People Who Love Books and for Those Who Want to Write Them as well as the novels A Changed Man and Goldengrove
Ben Protess
Reporter for the New York Times
Dan Protess
Producer and writer of 10 Buildings That Changed America for WTTW Chicago. His most recent productions include the feature-length architecture and history specials Chicago’s Loop: a New Walking Tour, Biking the Boulevards and Chicago’s Lakefront. He wrote and produced the Emmy-winning, James Beard-nominated The Foods of Chicago : A Delicious History.
Stephen Prothero
Professor of Religion at Boston University and the 'Author of Why Liberals Win the Culture Wars (Even When They Lose Elections)'
Annie Proulx
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize , National Book Award and Irish Times Fiction Prize-winner for The Shipping News ; author of the short story, Brokeback Mountain , from which the Academy Award-winning movie was made
William Pruden
Head of the Upper School at Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, North Carolina; former professor of US History
Laura Prudom
TV News Editor at Variety
Sonia Pruitt
Lieutenant in the Montgomery County Police Department (Maryland) and Vice Chair of the National Black Police Association
Ilene Prusher
Jerusalem Bureau Chief for the Christian Science Monitor
Phil Prutch
Farmer in Pueblo County, Colorado, who grows peppers, tomatoes, sweet corn, squash and pumpkins on his 250-acre farm
Trevor Pryce
Former NFL player, writer, producer, creator of 'Kulipari: An Army of Frogs'
Megan Pryor
Architectural designer based in Los Angeles, California
Mike Prysner
Former army corporal and Iraq war veteran; co-founder of March Forward , an anti-war group of veterans and active service members
Heidi Przybyla
Congress reporter for Bloomberg News
Jennifer Psaki
White House Deputy Press Secretary
Psapp bring a quirky, fun session to Morning Becomes Eclectic.
Louie Psihoyos
Founder of the Oceanic Preservation Society and director of The Cove , a documentary about the hunting of dolphins in the town of Taiji, Japan
Samantha Pstross
Executive Director of the Arizona Advocacy Network, which focuses on voting rights and campaign finance
Public Service Broadcasting
London-based musical duo
Pamela Puchalaski
Director of the Resilient Communities Program at New America and an urban development expert
Diane Pucin
Cover UCLA sports for the Los Angeles Times
Mark Puente
Investigative reporter for the Baltimore Sun
Lance Pugmire
Reporter for the Los Angeles Times
Andrew Pugno
Attorney and general counsel for the ProtectMarriage.com coalition, which supports Proposition 8, he has worked for the past 15 years on various California campaigns to keep marriage between a man and a woman, including the first ballot initiative on the subject, Proposition 22
Carlos Puig
Columnist for Milenio, a Mexican newspaper chain
Claudia Puig
Film critic for USA Today
Laura Pulido
Co-author of A People's Guide to Los Angeles
Ashley Pullen
Retired specialist who served in the military police in Iraq and was awarded the Bronze Star with valor in 2005
Alan Pullman
Founder of Studio One Eleven
Deborah Puntenney
Community organizer and Associate Director of the Asset-Based Community Development Institute at Northwest University's School of Education and Social Policy
Todd Purdum
Senior writer at Politico and author of 'An Idea Whose Time Has Come: Two Presidents, Two Parties and the Battle for the Civil Rights Act of 1964'
Chase Purdy
Reporter for Politico
Seema Puri
CTE Coordinator for LA Unified School District
Purity Ring
Canadian electronic music duo
Ian Purkayastha
Author of “Truffle Boy: My Unexpected Journey Through the Exotic Food Underground.”
Elizabeth Purvis
Executive Director of the Chicago International Charter School, which runs 12 charter school campuses in the Chicago area
Robert Putnam
Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University
Jim Puzzanghera
Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times
Kenneth Pyle
Professor of History and International Relations at the University of Washington
Susan Pynchon
Executive Director and Founder of the Florida Fair Elections Coalition , based in DeLand, near Daytona Beach
Stephen Pyne
Fire historian at Arizona State University and author of many books on wildfire, including Tending Fire : Coping with America's Wildland Fires; summer firefighter in the Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountain and Yellowstone National Parks (1967-1985)
Yasir Qadhi
Professor of Islamic studies at Rhodes College and a nationally renowned Muslim cleric
Mustafa Qadri
Pakistani researcher for Amnesty International
Aziz Qarghah
Director of the Afghan Health and Development Services
Ameena Mirza Qazi
Deputy Executive Director and staff attorney at the Council on American-Islamic Relations
Xiao Qiang
Professor of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism; founder and editor of the China Digital Times , an independent Chinese news portal
Mousa Qous
Arabic Media Coordinator of Miftah , the Palestinian Initiative for the Promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy
Danish duo that plays electronic soul
Rick Quan
Sportscaster at KGO-TV in San Francisco and editor of AsianAmericanSports.com
Katie Rose Quandt
Senior editorial fellow for Mother Jones
The umbrella name for UK-born producer, musician and DJ, Will Holland
Dave Quast
California director of the Energy In-Depth, an education campaign launched by the Independent Petroleum Association of America
Queens of the Stone Age
American rock band
John Quelch
Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and Harvard School of Public Health
Whitney Quesenbery
Co-director of the Center for Civic Design
Sam Quest
Telecom Analyst for Bidness Etc, a new financial media platform
Linda Qui
Reporter with Politifact, an independent fact-checking journalism project of the Tampa Bay Times
Jennifer Quigley
Advocacy strategist on refugee protection for Human Rights First; former Advocacy Coordinator for the US Campaign for Burma
Michael Quigley
Democratic congressman from Illinois who sits on the House Intelligence Committee
Quincy Coleman
L.A. musician Quincy Coleman brings a collection of new songs to Morning Becomes Eclectic.
Mike Quincy
Automotive specialist for Consumer Reports
Ben Quinn
Correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor
Caitlin Quinn
Student at UC Berkeley
John B. Quinn
Partner and trial attorney with Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan
Michelle Quinn
A business columnist covering Silicon Valley for the Mercury News and the SiliconBeat blog.
Tim Quinn
Executive Director of the Association of California Water Agencies
Tom Quinn
Co-president of Radius-TWC
Tony Quinn
Veteran Sacramento political consultant and co-editor of the California Target Book; former Republican staffer; former Commissioner of the Fair Political Practices Commission  
Lee Quinones
Street and graffiti artist based in New York City
Sam Quinones
Los Angeles-based journalist and independent producer
Andre Quintero
Mayor of El Monte, California
Bill Quirk
Democratic State Assemblyman representing California's 20th District
Tim Quirk
Vice President of Music Programming and Content for Rhapsody
Alicia Quirós
Organizer for Local 11 of Unite Here, which represents hotel and restaurant workers in Southern California; former waitress

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