Edward M. Fouhy
Edward M. Fouhy is a director of IREX and "was the founding executive director of the Pew Center on the States and the Pew Center for Civic Journalism. He was also editor of Stateline.org, an online news service tracking innovative public policy at the state level. He is a consultant to the Government Performance Project, a journalism-research initiative that grades all 50 state governments. Mr. Fouhy is a career journalist -- a reporter, news producer, and news executive for more than 30 years. He has won five Emmy awards for his work. He joined CBS News in 1966 and went to Saigon as bureau chief at the height of the war and was as senior Washington producer of the "CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite" during the Watergate years. Mr. Fouhy has served as the Washington bureau chief, vice president, and news directors for CBS News. He also held executive positions at ABC News for prime-time news magazine programs and was executive producer of the 1988 and 1992 presidential debates. Internationally, Mr. Fouhy has provided consulting expertise to independent news organizations in Eastern Europe and Latin America." 
- "Edward M. Fouhy", IREX, Accessed October 2006.