Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalists & Human Rights Advocates
Husband-and-wife duo Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn were the first married couple to win a Pulitzer in journalism and have written a series of best-selling books together as well as appeared in television documentaries of their books. Their No. 1 best-seller, Half the Sky, called "electrifying" by The Washington Post, draws a compelling picture of the trials and triumphs of women struggling worldwide for opportunity and equality. They followed that with A Path Appears, again both a best-selling book and PBS documentary, exploring how people can make a difference at home and abroad. In their new book, Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope (2020), they issue a plea to address the crisis in working-class America, while also focusing on solutions to mend a half century of governmental failure. Read More >
"Nicholas and Sheryl were a delight to work with. They let us fill their afternoon with meaningful interactions with various targeted groups and then followed up with a remarkable public presentation. We attracted over 1000 faculty, staff, students and alumni for the evening lecture. Thanks, Nick and Sheryl, for your enthusiasm, your flexibility and your presentations."
"The keynote session was outstanding! Our conference delegates from around the world representing over 60 countries were hugely inspired by Sheryl and Nick. We could not have hoped for any better opening for the conference. Their stories came from the heart and paved the way for great dialogue within our global network. Thank you again for your help in securing Sheryl and Nick for our meeting! You helped us deliver excellence and inspiration."