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Bronwen Maddox (2010)
|Education||St Paul's Girls' School,
|Alma mater||St John's College, Oxford|
Early life and education
Brenda Maddox was born in New York City and is the daughter of the Welsh science writer John Maddox and the journalist and biographer Brenda Maddox, and elder sister of the novelist and journalist Bruno Maddox. She was educated at two independent schools in London, St Paul's Girls' School and Westminster School, followed by St John's College, Oxford, where she read Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
Maddox has been Director of the Institute for Government since 2016. For the previous five and a half years, she was editor and chief executive of the current affairs and culture monthly Prospect . Previously, she spent 14 years at The Times where she was the paper's chief foreign commentator, foreign editor, US editor and Washington bureau chief. She also worked at the Financial Times, where she ran the paper's year-long investigation into the publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell.
Maddox is the author of In Defence of America, a book arguing the case for supporting the US after the Iraq War. Before her career in journalism, she was an investment analyst in the City of London and on Wall Street, and a Director of Kleinwort Benson Securities. She is also a non-executive board member of the Law Commission, the independent body set up by Parliament to review and recommend reform of the law in England and Wales. She is a member of the Council of the Ditchley Foundation, a conference centre which fosters transatlantic relations.
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- "Bronwen Maddox on U.S.-Transatlantic Relations", C-SPAN, February 17, 2017
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