APB Speaker Sheryl WuDunn Named One of the Most Successful Harvard Graduates of All Time
11 Aug 2015
APB speaker Sheryl WuDunn was recently listed as one of the most successful Harvard Business School graduates of all time by Business Insider. Harvard, known for establishing the world's first MBA program, has since become a hallmark of such elite leaders as George W. Bush, Mitt Romney and Michael Bloomberg. The list sifted through Harvard’s history to find the most powerful, prominent and financially successful graduates.
WuDunn graduated from Harvard in 1986 and went on to become a private wealth advisor at Goldman Sachs, as well as a business executive and journalist for The New York Times. She has co-authored four best-selling books, including Half the Sky and A Path Appears, and won a Pulitzer Prize for international reporting with her husband, Nicholas Kristof.
The first Asian-American reporter to win a Pulitzer Prize, WuDunn is an advocate for spreading opportunity, raising awareness about challenges women face, and making a difference in the world. Selected as one of Newsweek’s “150 Women Who Shake the World,” she shares important stories that often go untold, offering audiences invaluable takeaways of how we can take action to change our world.