Award-winning broadcaster and author Lynn Sherr spent more than thirty years with ABC News, covering a wide range of stories—from women’s issues and social change to investigative reports, politics and the space program—at 20/20 and World News. She continues to broadcast on a variety of platforms, to write for magazines and online, and to lecture across the country. Her newest book, Sally Ride: America’s First Woman in Space, was published in 2014. Among its other honors, the book was a New York Times bestseller and was a Best Book of the Year for the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times. Widely acknowledged as an expert on the life of Susan B. Anthony and the suffrage movement, Sherr is also the author of a number of bestselling books, including SWIM: Why We Love the Water; Outside the Box: My Unscripted Life of Love, Loss and Television News; Failure Is Impossible: Susan B. Anthony in Her Own Words; and Tall Blondes: A Book About Giraffes, which was also the subject of a one-hour documentary for the PBS Nature program.