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John Woerth

John Woerth

John is a Senior Communication Advisor who most recently led Vanguard’s Public Relations and Strategic Communications functions. He’s held a number of communications positions since joining the company in 1986, including editor of the quarterly shareholder newsletter, In The Vanguard, and the monthly employee newsletter, Crew’s News. John also assisted former CEOs John C. Bogle and John J. Brennan with their respective books on investing. He earned a B.A. and an M.A. in journalism from Temple University.

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