“If you’ve read or heard anything about the American economy or the automobile industry during the past two decades, it’s likely Micheline Maynard said it” — Professor Charles O’Reilly, Stanford University.
Hello, and welcome to my webpage.
I’m currently the director of the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. I edit the Reynolds website, BusinessJournalism.org.
I co-host the Reynolds Center podcast, How To Cover Money, with Mark Remillard, a reporter and anchor at KTAR News. You can find it on iTunes. We just kicked off Series Two, called Tips From Top Journalists. Series One of the podcast looked at How To Think Like A Business Reporter, Even If You’re Not One.
I write frequently for Forbes.com, about topics ranging from the automobile and airline industries, to the intersection of business and society. (If you click “Follow” under my photo, you’ll get updates every time I publish a story.)
I’m a contributor to Medium.com, and you can follow me there, too, @mickimaynard.
My most recent book is Curbing Cars: America’s Independence From The Auto Industry, published in 2014 by Forbes. You can find it here.
If you want to book me for a show, I have a landline, Report-IT on my mobile phone, Skype, access to a studio, and I can arrive camera ready. You’re welcome to email me at vmaynard (at) umich.edu.
Feel free to contact my agent, Alice Martell, to arrange a speaking engagement.
My only product endorsement is for Vocalzone, the worst-tasting lozenges you can find. Believe me, they’ll clear up your throat in no time. No money changes hands. Only lozenges.
That’s the short version. If you want all my career details, take a look at My Bio.