Monica Langley

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Monica Langley
Education

Graduate of University of Tennessee

Graduate of Georgetown University Law Center
Occupation Journalist at The Wall Street Journal
Notable credit(s) Tearing Down the Walls: How Sandy Weill Fought His Way to the Top of the Financial World...and Then Nearly Lost it All
Title Senior Special Writer

Monica Langley is a Senior Special Writer for The Wall Street Journal.[1] Her in-depth articles regularly appear on the front page of the Journal, where she has reported for nearly 25 years from New York and Washington, DC.

Ms. Langley is the Journal's preeminent writer of the page-one profile, particularly of CEOs, billionaires, presidential candidates and key figures in the news. She also provides behind-the-scenes narratives of corporate dramas, and breaks exclusive news about such high-profile companies as General Motors,[2] Boeing,[3] JPMorgan Chase[4] and Microsoft.[5]

In addition to awards for her work at the Journal, Ms. Langley was personally awarded the prestigious Matrix Award, as one of the nation's exceptional women in the media and the arts.

Her bestselling book about the CEO of Citigroup, published by Simon & Schuster, was titled Tearing Down the Walls: How Sandy Weill Fought His Way to the Top of the Financial World...and Then Nearly Lost it All.[6][7]

Ms. Langley regularly appears on national and international TV, cable and radio programs. She has been an adjunct professor of journalism at Columbia University and of First Amendment law at Georgetown University Law Center. Also, a member of the bars of the U.S. Supreme Court, District of Columbia and Tennessee, she was a corporate lawyer for several years.

Education and Work[edit]

Ms. Langley graduated with the highest honors in journalism from the University of Tennessee (B.A.)[8] and cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center (J.D.)

Personal life[edit]

She is married and has one daughter.

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