Accuracy In Media is a non-profit, grassroots citizens watchdog of the news media that critiques botched and bungled news stories and sets the record straight on important issues that have received slanted coverage.
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Adam Guillette is the President of Accuracy in Media. As the leader of the organization, he is working to expose bias in mainstream and social media, as well as building an effective cadre of investigative journalists.
Previously Guillette launched the Florida chapter of Americans for Prosperity. Within a year the chapter gained over 150 media hits statewide while defeated over $370 million in tax increases. From 2011 to 2016 he served as the Vice President of Development and Outreach for the Moving Picture Institute, where he was featured on Fox News and C-SPAN.
After leaving MPI, Guillette became a Vice President of Project Veritas. In this role he helped to grow their budget from $5 million to $12 million annually while also coordinating partnerships with other like-minded organizations.
Since 2004 Adam has served as Distinguished Faculty member for the Leadership Institute. In this capacity he has traveled around North America to help identify and train free-market activists.
Adam Guillette has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Times, and National Review magazine. He lives in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida with his wife Nikki and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Liberty.
Publisher of Accuracy in Media and Chairman of its sister organization Accuracy in Academia, oversees the publication of the AIM Report and has been actively involved with AIM for over 36 years with many of those years spent working side-by-side with his father Reed Irvine, the founder of Accuracy in Media. He has interviewed Senators and Congressmen and is a former candidate for the Maryland State Senate. A strong promoter of new media technology such as Facebook and Twitter, Mr. Irvine’s popular blog is frequently re-published on influential conservative websites and is a much-sought out expert on fake news and the state of the media. Full bio
Carrie Sheffield is National Editor for Accuracy in Media. She appears on Fox News, Fox Business Network, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, CBS digital, & HLN. She has published in The Wall Street Journal, TIME, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Salon.com & HuffPost.
Carrie began her journalism career in Washington with Robert Novak, later covering Congress for The Hill newspaper. A founding reporter at POLITICO, Carrie contributed on political economy at Forbes, wrote editorials for The Washington Times under Tony Blankley and advised Bustle, a popular digital women’s brand.
Passionate about foreign affairs, Carrie reported on 25th anniversary of perestroika in Moscow, North-South Korean relations from Seoul, the Beijing Olympics in China, and Egyptian political reforms, including interviewing Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Cairo. She covered Japanese economic reforms from Tokyo for Forbes and was a correspondent for The Jerusalem Post covering the Israeli parliament and Qatari geopolitics.
Carrie earned a master’s in public policy from Harvard University, concentrating in business policy. At Goldman Sachs, she managed credit risk on a portfolio with potential exposure $1.97 billion. At Moody’s, she led analysis on a $5.5 billion bond portfolio. She researched for Edward Conard, Bain Capital founding partner and American Enterprise Institute scholar, and served as Warren Brookes Journalism Fellow at Competitive Enterprise Institute.
An adviser to Silicon Harlem, Carrie is a member of The National Press Club, Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards Fellow, Robert Novak Journalism Fellow, and was a New York Leader with the Foreign Policy Initiative. She earned a B.A. in communications at Brigham Young University and completed a Fulbright fellowship in Berlin.