Cora Daniels is an award-winning journalist and author. Her work has appeared in Fortune, the New York Times, Essence, O: The Oprah Magazine,
USA Today, Heart & Soul, FSB: Fortune Small Business, and Savoy. She has been a staff writer at Fortune and an editor at Working Mother magazine and is currently a contributing writer for Essence. A sought after expert on diversity and business issues she has served as a commentator on ABC News, CNN, CNBC, BET, NPR, and the Charlie Rose Show. In 2002 she spearheaded Fortune's first ever search for the 50 most powerful Black executives in America. In 2005 her much acclaimed Fortune cover story The Bravest Generation, about the original Black corporate pioneers, created national attention for this overlooked part of civil rights history.
Her first book, Black Power Inc., was dubbed "thought provoking" by the Washington Post and a "must read" by Black Issues Book Review. Her much anticipated second book, Ghettonation: A Journey Into the Land of Bling and Home of the Shameless (Doubleday) will be released March of 2007.
Cora is a native New Yorker and lives in Brooklyn, NY. She is a graduate of
Yale University with a BA in history and has a masters degree in Journalism from Columbia University.
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