AT THE VIEW Daily – February 8, 2022

Black History Moment: Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D. (Born 1946)

Jackson, the first African American woman to earn a doctorate at MIT, is responsible for monumental telecommunications research that led to the invention of products such as the touch-tone phone, portable fax, fiber optic cables, and caller ID. In 2014, President Barack Obama named her the co-chair of the President’s Intelligence Advisory.

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