Red is the New Black: How Women Can Fashion a More Powerful America (Hardcover)
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Red Is the New Black challenges the assumption that the Democratic Party is a girl's best friend.
Red Is the New Black takes an in depth look at the major policy issues affecting all of us to unveil the core values that best empower today’s women. It turns out that if we focus on values instead of arguing over ideas, there’s a whole lot of common ground upon which women of all viewpoints can agree. Entrepreneur, media commentator, and former White House National Security Council Director Cathy Lynn Taylor shares how these core tenants have shaped her own decisions—and success—and should be shaping the policies that affect the daily lives of women. By combining her own personal anecdotes with hard-hitting research, Taylor powerfully illustrates a set of values that unite us and the policies that best support them.
About the Author
Cathy Lynn Taylor is a policy expert, author, and commentator based in New York. She regularly appears on television, including Fox News, Fox Business, Newsmax, CNN and CNBC where her experience working in the White House and on Wall Street make her qualified to provide expert analysis on a wide range of issues.
During her time at the White House, Cathy Lynn served as the National Security Council’s Director for International Finance Policy. In that capacity, she advised both the President and the National Security Advisor on critical financial issues around the world.
Cathy Lynn is an experienced Wall Street executive, having worked as a bond trader, investor and global business strategist for Fortune 500 financial services firms. She has advised the management teams of some of the world’s largest companies on issues ranging from acquisitions to global expansion and has also served as an advisor to numerous Silicon Valley start-ups.
Cathy Lynn is a graduate of Duke University and earned an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Her achievements have been widely recognized by the media, including the Wall Street Journal, ABC News, and the New York Post. Cathy Lynn was appointed by President George W. Bush to the prestigious White House Fellowship program. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Cathy Lynn can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org