Catherine  Whitney

Catherine Whitney

Catherine Whitney is a New York non-fiction author who has written or co-written more than 50 books in a variety of fields, including biography, memoir, sociology, women's issues, health and medicine, business, parenting, law and the courts, and social history. She co-wrote A Whole New Engineer, and she recently co-authored Lee Iacocca’s bestselling book Where Have All the Leaders Gone?, Maria Bartiromo’s The 10 Laws of Enduring Success, Robin Roberts’ From the Heart: 7 Rules to Live By, and Lorraine Bracco’s memoir On the Couch, and many others. Whitney specializes in a collaborative process that facilitates the “voice” and message of the author involved, and is skilled at enabling people to tell their stories. Whitney has also written critically acclaimed books in her own name, including The Calling: A Year in the Life of an Order of Nuns, The Women of Windsor: Their Power, Privilege and Passions, and Soldiers Once: My Brother and the Lost Dreams of America’s Veterans.