MSNBC Anchor Alex Wagner on Creating Her Own Career Path

At 36, Alex Wagner has accomplished what many women dream of doing: she has successfully transitioned her career through multiple industries (not to mention worked for George Clooney). Glamour Editor in Chief Cindi Leive visits her at her MSNBC studio to hear her secrets to career success.

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