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Marie Danziger, Lecturer in Public Policy. Her teaching, research, and consulting explore policy communication skills and strategies for leaders, managers, and advocates. She currently teaches The Arts of Communication and was formerly director of the HKS Communications Program for almost 20 years. She has taught management communication at MIT's Sloan School of Management, policy analysis and persuasion at Radcliffe, and communications and cross-cultural studies at Harvard's School of Education, Boston University, the universities of Sydney and Geneva, and the Instituto Chileno-Norteamericano in Santiago. She was also Assistant Dean for Academic Support at MIT, Assistant to the President at Bentley University, and a journalist and coeditor of a bilingual news magazine in Munich, Germany. She holds a PhD in narrative theory from Boston University and is author of Text/Countertext and coauthor of Communicating in Business Today.
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