Tennie McCartyis widely recognized as one of the foremost experts on addiction, especially eating disorders. She has more than thirty years of experience with the treatment of addictive diseases. She has appeared onRuby,A&E,The Dr. Oz Show, Nightline,and Oprah's OWN. Tennie McCarty lives in Buffalo Gap, Texas.Ashley Judd was born on April 19, 1968 in Granada Hills, California. She received a bachelor's degree in French from the University of Kentucky, where she minored in anthropology, art history, theater, and women's studies. She also graduated from UK's Honor's Program. She received a master's degree in public administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 2009. As an actor, she has starred in 20 films and on Broadway. Her films include Ruby in Paradise, Kiss the Girls, Double Jeopardy, Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood, and De-Lovely. On Broadway, she has played the role of Madge in the Pulitzer Prize winning play Picnic and the Maggie the Cat in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. She is now a dedicated humanitarian and advocate. She has worked with numerous organizations including YouthAIDS, the Leadership Council of the International Center for Research on Women, Women for Women International, and Equality Now.
Ashley Judd received her masters degree in public administration at Harvard Universityrsquo;s Kennedy School of Government. At Harvard Law, she was awarded the Deanrsquo;s Scholar Award for her paper on gender violence. She continues to combine her acting career with human rights and public health work around the world, serving on various boards of directors and leadership advisory councils. She and her husband, race-car driver Dario Franchitti, live in Tennessee and Scotland with their many beloved animals. Maryanne Vollers is the author of Ghosts of Mississippi, a finalist for the National Book Award. She has also collaborated on two memoirs: Living History, with Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Ice Bound, with Jerri Nielsen, both #1 New York Times bestsellers. From the Hardcover edition.
Nicholas D. Kristof shared a Pulitzer Prize with his wife in 1990 for their coverage for the New York Times of the Tiananmen democracy movement in China. He also coauthored China Wakes: The Struggle for the Soul of a Rising Power. Kristof has served as Times bureau chief in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Tokyo. He lives with his wife in New York City.