Eleanor Clift, "a contributing editor at Newsweek magazine who reports on the White House, presidential politics and other national issues, is co-chair of the International Women's Media Foundation Board of Directors.
"Formerly Newsweek's White House correspondent, Clift also served as a congressional and political correspondent for six years. She was a key member of Newsweek's 1992 election team and followed Bill Clinton's campaign from its beginning. In June 1992, she was named deputy Washington bureau chief. She is a regular panelist on the nationally syndicated show, The McLaughlin Group, and a political analyst for the Fox News Network.
"Clift has written three books. Her latest book Founding Sisters, published in 2003, tells the story of the long struggle for passage of the 19th Amendment. Clift and her husband, Tom Brazaitis, Washington columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, co-authored the 2000 book, Madam President: Shattering the Last Glass Ceiling, about the rise of women in politics and the prospects for a woman on the national ticket. Their earlier book, War Without Bloodshed: The Art of Politics, was published in 1996." 
Has been invited onto the 700 Club.
- Advisory Board, White House Project
- "Biography", Accessed January 2007.