Our Team

Lisa Barnes

has over 15 years of PR experience in the publishing industry. At Fortier PR, she has worked on books  bestselling business authors like Scott Galloway, Marcus Buckingham,  Amy Webb, Chris Zook, Martin Lindstrom, Scott Belsky, Vijay Govindarajan, the former CEOs of AIG and BP and Joel Peterson, the chairman of JetBlue, and books and research by the Big Three strategy consulting firms.

At Random House for nine years prior to her five years at Fortier PR, she orchestrated New York Times bestselling campaigns for…

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has over 15 years of PR experience in the publishing industry. At Fortier PR, she has worked on books  bestselling business authors like Scott Galloway, Marcus Buckingham,  Amy Webb, Chris Zook, Martin Lindstrom, Scott Belsky, Vijay Govindarajan, the former CEOs of AIG and BP and Joel Peterson, the chairman of JetBlue, and books and research by the Big Three strategy consulting firms.

At Random House for nine years prior to her five years at Fortier PR, she orchestrated New York Times bestselling campaigns for titles including Loving Frank, The Paris Wife and The Passage, among many others and one year at the Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau working with authors including Pulitzer Prize winner Isabel Wilkerson (The Warmth of Other Suns). Prior to joining the publishing industry, she helped launch “The Jane Pauley Show” with NBC-TV and worked in crisis communications. Lisa holds a Ph.D. in English from Vanderbilt University, where she taught for five years. She earned her B.A. in English and Women’s Studies from Duke University.

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Norbert Beatty

is an award-winning PR professional who has worked at Fortier PR for over ten years on the books of such bestselling authors as Stephen Covey, Martin Lindstrom, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, Harvey Mackay, Chris Brogan, Jerry Colonna, David Meerman Scott, Chester Elton, John Gerzema, John Jantsch, Carmine Gallo, Isaac Lidsky, the CEOs or founders of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Zappos, Burson-Marsteller, Nasdaq, Razorfish, CEB, Hubspot, LRN, Possible (WPP) and Questius.

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is an award-winning PR professional who has worked at Fortier PR for over ten years on the books of such bestselling authors as Stephen Covey, Martin Lindstrom, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, Harvey Mackay, Chris Brogan, Jerry Colonna, David Meerman Scott, Chester Elton, John Gerzema, John Jantsch, Carmine Gallo, Isaac Lidsky, the CEOs or founders of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Zappos, Burson-Marsteller, Nasdaq, Razorfish, CEB, Hubspot, LRN, Possible (WPP) and Questus.

In a PR career spanning thirty years, he has guided PR for such corporate clients as British Airways, Visa International, Kennedy Space Center and the Hertz Corporation. Serving as a senior account manager with such firms as GCI Group, Ruder Finn and MMG Worldwide, Norbert led campaigns for American Express and the U.S. Department of Treasury (U.S. Mint). When it was represented by GCI Group’s media relations practice, Norbert supported the Financial Times U.S. brand and built platforms for key FT columnists via broadcast and print/trade interviews, media events and partnerships.

Throughout his career, Norbert has managed public relations accounts ranging from travel, consumer marketing and publishing, to healthcare, government services and economic development.

A graduate of New York University, Norbert has studied journalism, marketing communications and real estate. He has also completed coursework at NYU’s School of Continuing Education and the American Management Association.

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Jess Butler

spent almost five years at Penguin Random House working with New York Times bestselling authors such as Karen White, Jen Lancaster, Jenny Lawson and celebrities including Joan Rivers, Jennifer Lopez, Jenny Garth, and more. Her business authors range from the former CEO of Dunkin’ Donuts to the cofounder of AI startup Affectiva.

In addition to her publishing experience, she also worked at two of the largest PR agencies in Boston for five years: Racepoint Global and Matter Communications, where she led campaigns for Fortune 500 companies including CVS Pharmacy and HARMAN International. For HARMAN, Jess helped gain exposure for the JBL brand, including at such major events as NBA All-Star, Miami Music Week, and CES.

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spent almost five years at Penguin Random House working with New York Times bestselling authors such as Karen White, Jen Lancaster, Jenny Lawson and celebrities including Joan Rivers, Jennifer Lopez, Jenny Garth, and more.

In addition to her publishing experience, she also worked at two of the largest PR agencies in Boston for five years: Racepoint Global and Matter Communications, where she led campaigns for Fortune 500 companies including CVS Pharmacy and HARMAN International. For HARMAN, Jess helped gain exposure for the JBL brand, including at such major events as NBA All-Star, Miami Music Week, and CES.

Her media placements include The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Fast Company, Business Insider, Forbes, Harper’s Bazaar, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, and Rolling Stone.

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Meg Cassidy

was previously a publicity manager at Simon & Schuster, where she led campaigns for many of the imprint’s lead business, sports, and narrative nonfiction titles, and the associate director of publicity and marketing at Tin House Books. Among the bestselling and noted authors Meg has worked with are Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, Whole Foods CEO John Mackey, Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Howard G. Buffett, Sarah Lewis, Joy Williams, Dominique Ansel, Carla Hall, James Lee Burke, Mark Kriegel, Gary M. Pomerantz, Ruth Wariner, The Grommet co-founder Jules Pieri and MIT neuroscientist Dr. Tara Swart.  She has worked at Fortier PR for over four years.

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was previously a publicity manager at Simon & Schuster, where she led campaigns for many of the imprint’s lead business, sports, and narrative nonfiction titles, and the associate director of publicity and marketing at Tin House Books. Among the bestselling and noted authors Meg has worked with are Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, Whole Foods CEO John Mackey, Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Howard G. Buffett, Sarah Lewis, Joy Williams, Dominique Ansel, Carla Hall, James Lee Burke, Mark Kriegel, Gary M. Pomerantz, Ruth Wariner, Wharton professor Stew Friedman, The Grommet co-founder Jules Pieri and MIT neuroscientist Dr. Tara Swart.

She managed Fortier’s account for the nonprofit think tank, the Center for Talent Innovation, founded by Sylvia Ann Hewlett and has also worked on books for top five strategy consulting firms.

Major broadcast media Meg has booked include The Today Show, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, The Daily Show, Late Night With Seth Meyers, Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, Fresh Air, Science Friday, On Point, and many other National Public Radio shows.

Meg graduated summa cum laude with degrees in English Writing and Women’s Studies from Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN. A Teach For America alumna, she currently volunteers with Girls Write Now, a creative-writing mentoring program for high school girls who are talented emerging authors.

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Rachel Cassidy

is Fortier PR’s Director of New Business Development.  She leads the discovery and onboarding of our clients. Understanding the goals of our clients and providing them with a seamless experience are her mission.

Prior to Fortier PR and publishing, she spent the majority of her career in technology sales at Oracle and HubSpot.

Rachel holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in marketing from the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Elena Christie

has worked in public relations for over 12 years with experience working at both agencies and publishers. At Fortier PR, she’s worked with authors such as former U.S. defense secretary Ash Carter, former Nasdaq CEO, Robert Greifeld, influencer Jay Shetty, Trend Hunter CEO Jeremy Gutsche, Cisco’s Managing Director of Innovation and bestselling author Alex Goryachev, and Fortier’s accounts with Talent Strategy Group and top five strategy consulting firms.

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has worked in public relations for over 12 years with experience working at both agencies and publishers. At Fortier PR, she’s worked with authors such as former U.S. defense secretary Ash Carter, former Nasdaq CEO, Robert Greifeld, Trend Hunter CEO Jeremy Gutsche, Cisco’s Managing Director of Innovation and bestselling author Alex Goryachev, and Fortier’s account with Talent Strategy Group and top five strategy consulting firms.

Prior to joining Fortier PR, Elena was a marketing manager and senior publicist at McGraw-Hill where she worked on high profile books such as Steve Forbes’s book Money, the bestseller Real Leadership by John Addison, CEO of Primerica and Always in Fashion by Mark Weber, CEO of Donna Karan. Before McGraw-Hill, Elena was a publicist at Wiley where she worked on books and ran social media for Cliffsnotes.com.

Prior to publishing, Elena represented major national consumer brands at the agency Bender Hammerling Group. She started her public relations career at Annie Jennings PR booking topline radio for authors.

Elena is a graduate of Rutgers University of New Jersey, where she studied Communications, with a minor in sociology and criminology. She was also a Varsity Tennis player with the Scarlet Knights.

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Melissa Connors

has represented some of the world’s most famous bestselling CEO or Chairman authors including Eric Schmidt (Google), Jim Clifton (Gallup), John Hennessy (Alphabet and Stanford), Howard Marks (Oaktree Capital Management), David Cote (Honeywell) and Tom Golisano (Paychex). One of her many coups was spearheading the campaign for the long-running recent New York Times bestseller ​Radical Candor by former Apple and Google executive Kim Scott.

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has represented some of the world’s most famous bestselling CEO or Chairman authors including Eric Schmidt (Google), Jim Clifton (Gallup), John Hennessy (Alphabet and Stanford), Howard Marks (Oaktree Capital Management), David Cote (Honeywell) and Tom Golisano (Paychex). One of her many coups was spearheading the campaign for the long-running recent New York Times bestseller ​Radical Candor by former Apple and Google executive Kim Scott. She has also worked on books by leading journalists including former Fortune  and Harvard Business Review editor Tom Stewart and former Businessweek editor Patricia O’Connell.

Prior to her four years at Fortier PR, she was the publicity manager at Wiley working with bestselling authors such as Hank Greenberg, Jon Gordon, Jeffrey Hirsch, Brian Solis, Ann Handley, Pat Lencioni and others. She also acted as the publicity lead for proposals across all of Wiley’s product lines and a consultant to the corporate commutations team. During her 6 years at Wiley, she worked to reorganize the department to better serve an evolving publishing program. Prior to joining Wiley, she worked with Manhattan and New Jersey-based public relation firms where she led on an array of public relations campaigns for consumer brands.

She is a cum laude graduate of Ramapo College of New Jersey, where she studied Communications, with a focus on Public Relations and Journalism, with a minor in Political Science.

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Mariah Dwyer

is a full-time podcast booker for Fortier Public Relations. With Mariah’s coordination with our team, our firm has booked some of the world’s top ranked podcasts including The Tim Ferriss Show, Tony Robbins, Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert, School of Greatness with Lewis Howes, Bulletproof, Gary Vee, Freakonomics, Recode Decode, James Altucher Show, a16z, HBR Ideacast, Art of Charm, Wisdom From the Top with Guy Raz…

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is a full-time podcast booker for Fortier Public Relations. With Mariah’s coordination with our team, our firm has booked some of the world’s top ranked podcasts including The Tim Ferriss Show, Tony Robbins, Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert, Bulletproof, Gary Vee, Freakonomics, Recode Decode, James Altucher Show, a16z, HBR Ideacast, Art of Charm, Wisdom From the Top with Guy Raz, Jordan Harbinger Show and hundreds of others. She built our own proprietary database of the top ranked podcasts in just about every category you can imagine. She also plans our team’s biweekly meetings and monthly social events. She is a graduate of the City University of New York.

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Mark Fortier

is the founder and president of Fortier Public Relations, LLC. His 29-years of publicizing hundreds of successful books earned him the​ ​2019 Porchlight Jack Covert Award for Contribution to the Business Book Industry​. (He is the sixth recipient (and only publicist) following previous winners like Tom Peters and Seth Godin.

Before founding Fortier Public Relations, LLC in January 2007, Mark worked at book publicity firm Goldberg McDuffie Communications for almost nine years, rising from assistant director of publicity to director of publicity to vice president to partner (the first and only employee there to earn this title).

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is the founder and president of Fortier Public Relations, LLC. His 29-years of publicizing hundreds of successful books earned him the​ ​2019 Porchlight Jack Covert Award for Contribution to the Business Book Industry​. (He is the sixth recipient (and only publicist) following previous winners like Tom Peters and Seth Godin.

Before founding Fortier Public Relations, LLC in January 2007, Mark worked at book publicity firm Goldberg McDuffie Communications for almost nine years, rising from assistant director of publicity to director of publicity to vice president to partner (the first and only employee there to earn this title). There he worked with literary authors including Philip Roth and Henry Louis Gates, public officials like Robert Rubin, the CEOs of Citigroup and AT&T and organizations ranging from The Library of America to the National Endowment for the Arts. Books he worked on ranged from the global bestseller The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho to the Hamilton biography by Ron Chernow, which was adapted for the surprise Broadway hit musical. The first two business books he worked on are now classics: The Innovator’s Solution by Clayton Christensen and Blue Ocean Strategy , which has now sold over four million copies.

His media placements include NPR Fresh Air & Morning Edition, Today, Good Morning America, Daily Show, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the covers of Time, Newsweek, Fortune and The New York Times Book Review , the Tim Ferriss podcast, the oped and Saturday Essay of The Wall Street Journal and the front page of The New York Times.

He is far more proud of the accomplishments of his growing team at Fortier PR, where he enjoys applying the management lessons he’s learned from the best leaders and business school professors who are our clients.

Previously Mark held positions at Penguin U.S.A. and Columbia University Press.

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Allyssa Fortunato

was previously a publicity manager at Penguin Random House, where she led national publicity campaigns for authors in the fields of business, science, health, wellness, and psychology.  Among the New York Times bestselling books she handled this year are The XX Brain by Lisa Mosconi PhD, and Mastering Diabetes by Cyrus Khambatta, PhD and Robby Barbaro, MPH.

Media Allyssa has booked include CBS Sunday MorningThe Today ShowGood Morning AmericaFresh Air, NPR’s Ted Radio HourHere & Now, and On Point. Throughout her career, she has secured print and online features in The New York TimesThe Wall Street JournalThe AtlanticThe Washington Post, goop, The Cut, Forbes, Business Insider, and more.

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was previously a publicity manager at Penguin Random House, where she led national publicity campaigns for authors in the fields of business, science, health, wellness, and psychology.  Among the New York Times bestselling books she handled this year are The XX Brain by Lisa Mosconi PhD, and Mastering Diabetes by Cyrus Khambatta, PhD and Robby Barbaro, MPH.

Media Allyssa has booked include CBS Sunday MorningThe Today ShowGood Morning AmericaFresh Air, NPR’s Ted Radio HourHere & Now, and On Point. Throughout her career, she has secured print and online features in The New York TimesThe Wall Street JournalThe AtlanticThe Washington Post, goop, The Cut, Forbes, Business Insider, and more.

Dr. Will Cole, New York Times writer KJ Dell’Antonia, Hillary Frank, Erin Lowry, Kristy Shen, and Bryce Leung are just a few of the authors Allyssa has publicized.

As a born and bred New Yorker, she graduated magna cum laude from NYU with a focus in Communications and Creative Writing. She pursued an MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence and graduated summa cum laude. Allyssa’s strong writing skills and love for books make her an unwavering advocate for her authors.

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Rachel Meier

is the Chief Operating Officer of Fortier Public Relations, leading the team on operations, process improvement, and business development optimization. Or put in a more fun way: she gets after big picture strategic planning while being able to sweat the small stuff of execution. She loves running a team, making stuff work, and getting things done

Rachel has over ten years of experience leading content strategy, digital product development, and operational optimization for media companies ranging from traditional (at Penguin Random House as a publishing manager) and non-traditional (Techstars as a publishing director).

She likes to run very long distances and read books (lots of them) of any size.

Sidd Nigam

has managed the publicity campaigns for such bestsellers as Ram Charan’s 2019 #1 Wall Street Journal  bestseller The Amazon Management System and Fearless Innovation by Alex Goryachev. He is also the events manager that books our authors into speaking events around the world. His placements include The Today Show, The Economist, Business Insider, Forbes, Industry Week and more. He previously held positions at WeWork and Primary where he spearheaded events and booked speakers for their locations. He has run PR campaigns for startups, international organizations, and musicians at such agencies as Breakaway Communications, BWK and Effective Immediately.

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has managed the publicity campaigns for such bestsellers as Ram Charan’s #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller The Amazon Management System and Fearless Innovation by Alex Goryachev. He is also the events manager that books our authors into speaking events around the world. His placements include The Today Show, The Economist, Business Insider, Forbes, Industry Week and more. He previously held positions at WeWork and Primary where he spearheaded events and booked speakers for their locations. He has run PR campaigns for startups, international organizations, and musicians at such agencies as Breakaway Communications, BWK and Effective Immediately. He regularly listens to podcasts such as How I Built This, Freakonomics, and The Daily, and is an avid reader of books including most recently, Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss. He holds a B.A. in political science and international relations at Ohio State University where he was secretary for the Collegiate Council for World Affairs.

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Jessica Pellien

has over 20 years’ experience in book publicity and marketing. Formerly an executive publicist and communications manager at the MIT Press and associate director of publicity at Princeton University Press, she has worked with many of the world’s leading thinkers, scientists, and economists, including Cass Sunstein, Lawrence H. Summers, Vaclav Smil, William G. Bowen, Tom Davenport, Guardian CEO Deanna Mulligan, Yossi Sheffi, Lee McIntyre, Patricia Churchland, Meredith Broussard, Kat Holmes, Viktor Mayer-Schonberg, Andrew Gelman, Philip Tetlock, John Sides, Lynn Vavreck, Olivier Blanchard, Bryan Caplan, Henry Farrell, Abraham Newman, and Lloyd Minor, Dean of Stanford Medical School.

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has over 20 years’ experience in book publicity and marketing. Formerly an executive publicist and communications manager at the MIT Press and associate director of publicity at Princeton University Press, she has worked with many of the world’s leading thinkers, scientists, and economists, including Cass Sunstein, Lawrence H. Summers, Vaclav Smil, William G. Bowen, Tom Davenport, Yossi Sheffi, Lee McIntyre, Patricia Churchland, Meredith Broussard, Kat Holmes, Viktor Mayer-Schonberg, Andrew Gelman, Philip Tetlock, John Sides, Lynn Vavreck, Olivier Blanchard, Bryan Caplan, Henry Farrell, and Abraham Newman.

She has extensive experience launching creative conversation-starting campaigns as with Eric Cline’s 1177, Andrei Codrescu’s Post-Human Dada Guide, Christof Koch’s The Feeling of Life Itself, Adrienne Mayor’s The Amazons, Ai Weiwei’s Weiwei-isms, Bee Wilson’s Swindled, Leah Plunkett’s Sharenthood, Karine Jean-Pierre’s Moving Forward, Maria Eriksson et al’s Spotify Teardownand the New York Times best-seller Alan Turing: The Enigma: The Book That Inspired the Film The Imitation Game.

Her bookings include interviews with Marketplace, BBC, MSNBC, CBS Sunday Morning, Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg, Recode Decode, PBS Newshour, and numerous NPR programs including Morning Edition and On Point and more. She has placed articles and reviews with the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Washington PostBoston Globe, New Yorker, New York Magazine, Quartz, Fast Company, Business Insider, Rolling Stone, National Geographic, Time, Newsweek, and more.

Her latest clients include Deanna Mulligan CEO of Guardian, Lloyd Minor, dean of the Stanford School of Medicine, Rob Chesnut, chief ethics officer and corporate counsel for Airbnb, MIT professor Sinan Aral, who co-leads MIT’s Initiative on the Digital Economy, and data scientist Howard Steven Friedman. She leads Fortier Public Relations’ outreach for the Queen Elizabeth Prize, which is awarded at Buckingham Palace every other year.

Her professional experience also includes posts as marketing and sales director at Georgetown University Press and associate director of marketing and sales at Rutgers University Press. She has a B.A. in English from Rutgers University.

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Megan Posco

has been a nonfiction book publicist for the entirety of her career, holding positions at Hachette Book Group, Harvard University Press and Storey Publishing.

Among the noted authors Megan has worked with are the former Lead Economist of the World Bank, Branko Milanovic, Harvard’s Healthy Buildings Director, Joseph Allen, psychologist Kati Morton, bestselling creativity author Josh Linkner, and award-winning poet and scholar Joshua Bennett. She’s worked on a wide range of nonfiction subjects from political science to business to economics and has worked on Fortier PR’s top five strategy consulting firm clients.

Her media placements include the New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Washington Post, GQ, CBS Evening News, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Fortune, NPR, Foreign Affairs, Forbes, and Harvard Business Review.

She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a major in English, concentrating on Journalism and Professional Writing.

Michelle Triant

previously spent twelve years at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, where she championed bestselling books such as Animals Make Us Human by Dr. Temple Grandin, Tiny Habits by Stanford behavior scientist Dr. BJ Fogg, AI Superpowers by Sinovation Ventures CEO Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, How Emotions are Made by leading emotions expert Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett.

She has worked on books by such experts as film producer Oliver Stone, New York Times business reporter David Gelles, 2020 Nobel Prize winner Jennifer K. Doudna, Chair of Harvard’s Dept. of Astronomy and POTUS advisor Dr. Avi Loeb, Columbia Business School Professor Dr. Rita McGrath, chief defense and technology expert Dr. Peter W. Singer, Stanford professor Dr. Robert I. Sutton, Washington Post reporter Shane Harris, and war correspondent Ward Just.

Her author clients praise her compassion and dedication to nurturing her authors’ impact on the world by regularly securing reviews, profiles, and interviews with top media, among which she regularly books author appearances including: NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and The Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS 60 Minutes, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, NPR’s Fresh Air, Morning Edition, and Science Friday, as well as author essays and feature coverage in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Time, Atlantic, Wired, Forbes, Inc., Thrive Global, among many others. She has also booked high profile interviews on leading podcasts such as The Joe Rogan Experience, The Tim Ferriss Show, and Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard.

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Michelle Bonanno Triant previously spent twelve years at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, where she championed bestselling books such as Animals Make Us Human by Dr. Temple Grandin, Tiny Habits by Stanford behavior scientist Dr. BJ Fogg, AI Superpowers by Sinovation Ventures CEO Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, How Emotions are Made by leading emotions expert Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett.

She has worked on books by such experts as film producer Oliver Stone, New York Times business reporter David Gelles, 2020 Nobel Prize winner Jennifer K. Doudna, Chair of Harvard’s Dept. of Astronomy and POTUS advisor Dr. Avi Loeb, Columbia Business School Professor Dr. Rita McGrath, chief defense and technology expert Dr. Peter W. Singer, Stanford professor Dr. Robert I. Sutton, Washington Post reporter Shane Harris, and war correspondent Ward Just.

Her author clients praise her compassion and dedication to nurturing her authors’ impact on the world by regularly securing reviews, profiles, and interviews with top media, among which she regularly books author appearances including: NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and The Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS 60 Minutes, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, NPR’s Fresh Air, Morning Edition, and Science Friday, as well as author essays and feature coverage in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Time, Atlantic, Wired, Forbes, Inc., Thrive Global, among many others. She has also booked high profile interviews on leading podcasts such as The Joe Rogan Experience, The Tim Ferriss Show, and Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard.

Prior to joining the publishing industry, Michelle wrote feature articles for Fresno Magazine, where she had the privilege of interviewing Jamie Lee Curtis and The CW’s Nicole Giordano, and she worked as a marketing specialist for local Fresno FOX affiliate KMPH 26, where she strategized, wrote, and sold brand-building television commercials.  Michelle has a BA in Communications and a BA in Theater & Performance Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MA in Publishing & Writing from Emerson College in Boston. She once performed the role of Kate in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew on a London stage, and has a book of her own, Love at Lent, forthcoming from Ancient Faith Publishing in February 2021.

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