Laura Waterman Wittstock will receive the prestigious Farr Award for her contributions to public affairs when the Frank Premack Journalism Awards are handed out on April 18 in the UofM's McNamara Center. Waterman Wittstock, of Wittstock and Associates, is also the former president of Migizi Communications, a non-profit organization that delivers quality programming to the Indian community. Wittstock is the author of several publications and served as the fourth Louis W. Hill Jr. Fellow in Philanthropy at the UofM's Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. The Awards Board confers the Farr Award to a member of the community who has made an exceptional contribution to public affairs journalism.
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