About Ann Grimes
GRIMES, ANN currently directs the graduate program in journalism at Stanford University where she teaches classes in public issues reporting, business, technology and new media. She is a former staff writer and editor for The Wall Street Journal where she covered technology and business. As deputy bureau chief in San Francisco, she oversaw the newspaper's coverage of Silicon Valley during the 1990's dot-com boom and bust. Earlier, Grimes was on the editorial staff of The Washington Post. As the Deputy National Editor responsible for coverage of the federal government, she ran a national news section that covered the political spectrum. She is the author of “Running Mates,” a book about the 1988 presidential campaign published by William Morrow & Co. She was a 1997-1998 John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford.
- Was accepted for May 20-25 2007 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Ann Grimes (includes contributory writing):
- The Perfect Fire
- At 3:41 a.m. on April 29, 2007, a tanker truck carrying 8,600 gallons of gas hit a guardrail on the Interstate 880 connector in Oakland, Calif., and overturned. A giant ...