SMPA Welcomes 2022 Terker Fellows

SMPA is excited to welcome Katherine Miller and Molly O'Toole as the 2022-2023 Terker Distinguished Fellows

August 31, 2022

Katherine Miller and Molly O'Toole

Katherine Miller, a leader in helping socially responsible companies address the world’s most pressing problems and Molly O’Toole, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who chronicles the human impact of immigration, are the School of Media and Public Affairs 2022-2023 Terker Distinguished Fellows. 

Katherine and Molly will play in an important role in the SMPA community, joining in classroom discussions, participating in public events, and working closely with SMPA students. 

"We are delighted to welcome Molly O’Toole and Katherine Miller as SMPA’s new Terker Distinguished Fellows. Each of these women bring extensive backgrounds in journalism and have made a significant impact. Both work on critical issues such as food, sustainability and migration that are of great interest to our students, who will benefit greatly from their participation in classroom discussions and events.”

Silvio Waisbord 
Director, SMPA

Established by Bruce and Cindy Terker in 2010, parents of 2013 SMPA graduate Jennifer Terker, the Terker Distinguished Fellows in the Media and Public Affairs program brings exceptional professionals from the fields of media, political communication and public affairs to SMPA each academic year.