Louise L. Schiavone is a member of the full‐time faculty and senior lecturer at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Schiavone teaches “Business Communication” and “Business Leadership and Human Values” to graduate level students at the Baltimore and Washington, DC, campuses. She has received the Dean's Award for Faculty Excellence as well as research grants for environmentally focused work. A career journalist, and TEDx speaker, Schiavone was educated at Columbia University in New York City, where she earned an MS in Journalism. She has covered Congress, the White House, as well as news at the Pentagon, Treasury, State, Transportation, Energy, and Housing Departments, as well as national presidential campaigns, the mortgage meltdown and financial crisis, food safety challenges, and natural disasters. An on-air veteran of CNN, ABC News, and the Associated Press, Schiavone is currently a newscast anchor at NPR and the SiriusXM “P.O.T.U.S.” Channel. She also writes for print media, with work appearing in the Los Angeles Review of Books in September 2019, and in National Geographic. Schiavone speaks extensively about politics, journalism, communication, civility, and the environment. Schiavone is currently co-producing a video documentary about marine life biodiversity in the Scottish Highlands, and the role of the oyster in raising the quality of the marine environment around the world.
The Time Has Come to Talk About Oysters
Louise L. Schiavone reports on the decimation of tens of thousands of years’ worth of oyster reefs....