Gail Collins is an American journalist, op-ed columnist and author, most recognized for her work with the New York Times. Joining the Times in 1995 as a member of the editorial board, from 2001 to 2007 she served as the paper's Editorial Page Editor – the first woman to attain that position. Collins writes a semi-weekly op-ed column for the Times from her liberal perspective, published Thursdays and Saturdays. Since 2014 she has co-authored a blog with conservative journalist Bret Stephens entitled "The Conversation," at NYTimes.com, featuring bi-partisan political commentary.
|Born:||Gail Gleason, November 25, 1945, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Journalist, op-ed columnist|
|Alma mater:||Marquette University (B.A.), University of Massachusetts Amherst (M.A.)|
|Notable works:||As Texas Goes...: How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda, When Everything Changed: The Amazing Journey of American Women from 1960 to the Present|
About Gail Collins
Member of The New York Times editorial board who co-authored the book The Millennium Book with her husband.
She studied journalism at Marquette University and later attended University of Massachusetts Amherst.
She taught journalism at Columbia University and Southern Connecticut State University.
She married CBS news producer Dan Collins.
She documented the controversial story about Mitt Romney and his abused dog.
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