March 2, 2020
On February 28, the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women invited guest speaker, Amber Athey of the Spectator, to join the Center’s annual CPAC Women’s Luncheon. With 35 students in attendance and over 20 colleges and universities represented, Amber’s message and advice will surely be widely shared among peers.
Amber Athey, who has recently announced her new position as the Washington, D.C. correspondent for Spectator USA, was formerly the Daily Caller’s White House Correspondent. Amber is also the host of the podcast, “Unfit to Print,” which dissects each week’s biggest news stories. Prior to the Daily Caller, Amber covered bias and abuse in the university system for Campus Reform. She graduated from Georgetown University in 2016 and since then, has made a huge splash in the conservative world.
Well-known among young conservative women, Amber was the perfect speaker to discuss careers in journalism, professionalism advice, and the fight to protect and develop conservative voices in the media. She also shared some of her female role models and lessons learned entering the field of journalism.
The event was open to conservative high school and college women attending the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), and to female students interning in the area. The lunch was free and delicious!