Pati Jinich | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Pati Jinich for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Pati Jinich, the chef of the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, DC and the author of “Pati’s Mexican Table: The Secrets of Real Mexican Home Cooking. ” After serving  as a political analyst, she left policy work to pursue her lifelong passion: to research, write about, test and cook Mexican food, and to share her knowledge and adventures in that cuisine and culture with others.

Alex Jones | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Alex Jones for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs sat down with Alex Jones, director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy and Laurence M. Lombard lecturer in Press and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for journalism in 1987 while covering the press for the New York Times.

Gary Jobson | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Gary Jobson for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Gary Jobson, president of US Sailing, the national governing body of sailing. An author of 17 books, Jobson promotes the sport of sailing at all levels.

Matthew and Mark Jacob | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Matthew and Mark Jacob for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with brothers Matthew and Mark Jacob, author of the book "What the Great Ate," which chronicles the peculiar culinary likes, dislikes, habits and attitudes of famous and often notorious figures throughout history.