Fox News anchor to address bakers

by Josh Sosland
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SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. — Chris Wallace, the anchor of “Fox News Sunday” on Fox Television, will deliver the keynote speech at the A.T.B.I. Leadership Breakfast March 17 during the American Bakers Association convention in Scottsdale. Mr. Wallace, who is an authority of U.S. presidential history, will speak on “Profiles in Washington Leadership.”

“With decades of experience interviewing our country’s leaders and his extensive knowledge of presidential history, Chris Wallace will give A.B.A. convention attendees a unique glimpse into Washington leadership,” said Robb MacKie,” president and chief executive officer of the A.B.A. “Chris’ presentation will be compelling and educational as it helps us to better understand our current and future leaders.”

Mr. Wallace will discuss the future of the U.S. presidency and his insights on how a divided Congress will impact legislation in 2014 and beyond. He also will offer an early forecast of the 2014 midterm elections and a preliminary look at the 2016 presidential contest.  Mr. Wallace recently won the Paul White Award for lifetime achievement from the Radio Television Digital News Association. Over his career, he has won three Emmy Awards and the Peabody Award. Before joining Fox News, Mr. Wallace worked at ABC News for 14 years where he was the chief correspondent for Primetime Thursday. Before that he was with NBC News where he was the chief White House correspondent from 1982-1989.

The A.T.B.I. breakfast is sponsored each year by the Allied Trades of the Baking Industry. President of the A.T.B.I. in 2013-14 is Rick McGrath of the Lockton Companies. The 2014 annual meeting of the A.B.A. will be held March 16-19 at the Phoenician in Scottsdale.
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