Sheryl WuDunn, the first Asian-American woman to win a Pulitzer Prize, is a co-founder of FullSky Partners, a consulting firm focusing on double-bottom line ventures mostly in healthcare and technology. She also helps run Kristof Farms, a young vineyard and cider apple orchard in Oregon.
WuDunn is the co-author of five books, including Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope, about the challenges of the working class. Previously, WuDunn was a vice president in the investment management division at Goldman, Sachs & Co., and has been a senior managing director at Mid-Market Securities, a FINRA-registered broker dealer. She is also one of a small handful of people who have worked at The New York Times both as an executive and journalist: in management roles in both the Strategic Planning and Circulation Sales departments at The Times, and as editor for international markets, energy, and industry. She is a member of the Harvard University Board of Overseers, as well other boards including BayFirst Financial Corp, SSVR, and the Malcolm Wiener Center of Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. She is a former member of the boards of trustees at Princeton and Cornell.
WuDunn has a BA from Cornell, an MPA from Princeton, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.