Jackie Judd

Special Correspondent, "PBS NewsHour"

Jackie Judd is a special correspondent for “PBS NewsHour,” where she reports on domestic policy. A lifelong journalist, she has reported for NPR, CBS News, and ABC News, covering politics, social policy, and major international events including the Tiananmen Square protests, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and West Bank tensions. She also spent a decade at the Kaiser Family Foundation, focusing on health policy communications and the international AIDS epidemic. Judd’s honors include several Emmys, an Edward R. Murrow Award, and a DuPont Gold Baton. She serves on the boards of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation and the Community Foundation of Montgomery County, Maryland. 

Videos/Audio of Jackie Judd

Three of the nation’s most prestigious institutions of higher learning are now led by women with broad accomplishments... See more
It’s been called the most perilous drug crisis ever. In the United States, the epicenter of the opioid epidemic,... See more
The rise of radicalization and violent extremism is a worldwide threat that seems to defy military solutions and cannot... See more
As they celebrate the 110th anniversary of the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906, which first regulated safety and... See more
The deaths of children under age five fell by 50 percent to below six million in 2015, the first time that has happened... See more
Improving the world’s health depends on the right mix of trained community health workers, nurses, primary care... See more