Chief Washington Correspondent for FOX News Channel to Speak at AFS Foundry Executive Leadership Conference
August 23, 2017
James Rosen, the Chief Washington Correspondent for the FOX News Channel, will be speaking at the AFS Foundry Executive and Leadership Conference, September 17-19 in Stowe, Vermont.
Rosen joined FOX in 1999, and In 2003 he was named by C-SPAN the funniest celebrity in Washington. Rosen will bring his humorous and engaging presentation style to talk about how politics are affecting the metalcasting industry today.
Those who have seen Rosen’s reports know that humor is just part of the picture. Rosen’s FOX News profile reads in part: “In response to his exclusive reporting on North Korea, the Obama administration secretly named Rosen a “co-conspirator” in violation of the Espionage Act. The ensuing national controversy led the Justice Department to reform its guidelines for the handling of national security investigations involving journalists.”
Rosen is one of Washington’s most respected insiders and journalists. He has broken many exclusive stories ranging from ISIS to Hillary Clinton’s private email server, and his experience provides Foundry Executive and Leadership Conference attendees valuable insight on today’s political climate.
Rosen tweets at @JamesRosenTV.
For more information about the Foundry Executive & Leadership Conference, see www.afsinc.org/felc.