Wednesday, Nov 06, 2019 7:30 PM
Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA)
5342 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338
An intimate and inspiring memoir and call to action from Pat Mitchell, a groundbreaking media icon, global advocate for women's rights, and co-founder and curator of TEDWomen.
Mitchell will be in conversation with Natalie Allen, an anchor for CNN International, at this 28th Edition of the Book Festival of the MJCCA event.
About the Book
Pat Mitchell is a serial ceiling smasher. The first woman to own and host a nationally syndicated daily talk show, and the first female president of CNN productions and PBS, Mitchell has been lauded as a powerful changemaker and a relentless advocate for women and girls.
In "Becoming a Dangerous Woman," Mitchell shares her own path to power, from a childhood spent on a cotton farm in the South to her unprecedented rise in media and global affairs. Full of intimate, fascinating stories, such as an encounter with Fidel Castro while wearing a swimsuit, and traveling to war zones with Eve Ensler and Glenn, "Becoming a Dangerous Woman" is an inspiring call to arms for women who are ready to dismantle the barriers they see in their own lives.
About the Author
Pat Mitchell was the first woman president of PBS, CNN Productions, and The Paley Center for Media, as well as an award-winning producer of documentaries and TV series. She is the cofounder and curator of TEDWomen and the Connected Women Leaders Initiative; chair of the boards of the Sundance Institute and co-chair of The Women's Media Center; trustee of the Skoll Foundation; and advisor to Participant Media. She lives in Atlanta.