Mar 22, 2018
It's time for another exciting episode! We're All A Twitter about Cynthia Nixon throwing her hat in the Gubernatorial race for New York, and we're talking more about the newest season of Atlanta on FX. Plus, we sound our air horn salute for Tomi Adeyemi, author of the bestselling new YA series Children of Blood and Bone.
We're also excited to
welcome to the show Jennifer Rudolph Walsh, who sits at the nexus
of one of the world’s leading entertainment and media companies,
WME. After selling her own small company to the William Morris
Agency, Walsh served on the Board of Directors as the first woman
ever and continued serving at WME after the company merged with
Endeavor. As the head of WME’s Worldwide Literary, Lectures, and
Conference Divisions, she steers the industry’s most prominent book
business with the largest presence of any agency on the New York
Times Best Seller List. She has stewarded the careers of some of
today’s most seminal literary lions such as Alice Munro, Arianna
Huffington, Sheryl Sandberg, Sue Monk Kidd, Jeannette Walls, Tom
Clancy Estate, Ken Burns, Curtis Sittenfeld, Amy Bloom, Brené
Brown, Janet Evanovich, and Oprah Winfrey among others.
Walsh spearheaded the launch of WME’s conference division, beginning with the creation of the WME Women’s Summit, and constructing national conferences for Oprah Winfrey with The Life You Want Tour, Arianna Huffington’s Thrive, Cosmo Magazine’s Fun Fearless Life, and the premiere Christian women’s conference Women Of Faith. Most recently, Walsh is the founder of Together Live, a multicultural touring event that brings an array of thought leaders, activists, athletes, and celebrity guests to cities across the country for a night of inspired talks and interactive conversation focused on purpose, community, and social action. She also hosts a podcast, Do It on Purpose presented by Together Live.
Walsh lives in Manhattan with her husband and three children. You can follow Jennifer online on Instagram and tap into the Together Live community with the Together app.