Moderated by Kate Snow '91, Correspondent, Rock Center with Brian Williams, NBC and featuring panelists S.E. Cupp '00, author of "Losing Our Religion" and "Why You're Wrong About the Right," a New York Daily News columnist, and a political pundit; Sheryl WuDunn '81, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, best-selling author, and business executive; Sheryl Tucker '78, special projects manager/philanthropy, Time Warner; former executive editor, Time Inc.; and Cathy Merrill Williams '91, president and publisher, Washingtonian Magazine Inc. Introduction by Jeannette Perez-Rossello '91, pediatric radiologist, Children's Hospital Boston; instructor in radiology, Harvard Medical School.
In this century - in this election year - the world is at a critical juncture, and Cornellians are making an impact as the university tackles some of the world's greatest challenges. Five fabulous Cornellians, who are leaders in their fields, offer unique insights on some of the world's most essential topics in the fields of business, philanthropy, politics, higher education, gender equity and sustainability. Please join us for an engaging panel discussion from women who are in the business of helping others see what's going on in the world.