Keep diversity intact: A 31-year veteran with the Washington Post, Robinson has held positions ranging from city hall reporter to an assistant managing editor. One of the newspaper's leading columnists, he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 2009 for writing about Barack Obama's presidential campaign. In a corporate environment marked by cutbacks and digital technology, he urges Black professional organizations like NABJ to push for more inclusion within the workplace. Asserts Eugene Robinson: "Now more than ever as we undergo sometimes wrenching change, I think it is important that we all not just keep diversity in mind but make diversity a priority. In an increasingly diverse and interconnected world, it is insane not to make diversity one of the prime directives."