New York Times columnist Anna Quindlen, a former board member of the pro-abortion organization Planned Parenthood, has been tasked to help find a new president for the organization. Planned Parenthood’s current leader, Cecile Richards, announced she will step down from her position this year.
The replacement search is ongoing, and Quindlen, who writes at the Times, is one of several people involved in the search committee.
Quindlen often writes about books and writes her own novels. From her profile page at the New York Times, it does not appear she writes a lot of political columns other than some old columns about the Clintons.