Rashida Jones President MSNBC
Rashida Jones is the president of the cable news network MSNBC, succeeding Phil Griffin on February 1, 2021. Jones is the first Black woman to lead a cable news network. Jones attended Hampton University, majoring in broadcast journalism
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