Jessica Sindler spent her first two decades in publishing at imprints of Penguin Random House and HarperCollins, where she acquired, edited, and published numerous bestsellers and critically acclaimed titles in the areas of “big idea” prescriptive nonfiction, personal development, wellness, lifestyle, business creativity, narrative nonfiction, and memoir. Jessica is passionate about nonfiction that engages with a larger cultural conversation, and books by thought leaders who drive us toward change. She specializes in working with expert authors from a variety of fields, ranging from academics to journalists to scientists to wellness experts to entertainers, to help them translate their ideas for a general audience and share their stories with readers. Jessica’s notable titles include #1 New York Times bestsellers Daring Greatly and Rising Strong by Brené Brown; New York Times bestsellers The Education of an Idealist by Pulitzer Prize-winner Samantha Power, Find Your Path by Carrie Underwood, First, We Make the Beast Beautiful by Sarah Wilson, and Together We Rise by The Women’s March Organizers and Condé Nast; as well as Rebel Talent by Harvard Business School professor Francesca Gino, Why Bob Dylan Matters by Harvard Classics professor Richard F. Thomas, and The Hidden Habits of Genius by Yale professor Craig Wright. Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Jessica lives in Brooklyn and is a graduate of The University of Chicago.