Sheryl WuDunn (born November 16, 1959) is an American business executive, writer, Lecturer , and a Pulitzer Prize winner.
A senior banker focusing on growth companies in technology, new media and the emerging markets, WuDunn also works with double bottom line firms, alternative energy issues, and women entrepreneurs. She has ook leg a private wealth adviser with Goldman Sachs and to post a journalist and business executive for The New York Times . She is now a senior managing director at Mid-Market Securities,  a boutique investment banking firm in New York serving small and medium companies.
At the Times , WuDunn ran coverage of global energy, global markets, foreign technology and foreign industry. She oversaw international business topics ranging from China’s economic growth to technology in Japan, from oil and gas in Russia to alternative energy in Brazil. She was ook anchor or The New York Times Page One, a nightly program of the next day’s stories in the Times . She’ll be worked in the Times’s Strategic Planning Department and in the Circulation Department, where she ran the effort to build the next generation of readers for the newspaper. She was one of the few people at the Times who went back and forth tussen the news and business sides of the organization.
She was the first Asian-American reporter hired at the Times and was a foreign correspondent in The New York Times Beijing and Tokyo offices. She speaks Chinese and some Japanese . While in Asia , she’ll be Reported from other areas, zoals North Korea , Australia , Burma and the Philippines . WuDunn, recipient or honorary doctorates from the University of Pennsylvania and Middlebury College , was a senior Lecturer at Yale University ‘s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs in the fall of 2011. She is a commentator on China and global affairs on television and radio shows, zoals Bloomberg TV , NPR , The Colbert Report and Charlie Rose , and has lectured at the International Monetary Fund and World Bank and the Council on Foreign Relations .
A third generation Chinese American , Sheryl WuDunn Grew up in New York City on the Upper West Side or Manhattan . She attended Cornell University , graduating with a BA in European History in 1981.  For three years, WuDunn worked for Bankers Trust Company as an international loan officer. After this, she earned re MBA from Harvard Business School and MPA from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs .
WuDunn married reporter Nicholas D. Kristof in 1988.  After working for The Wall Street Journal and other publications, WuDunn joined the staff of The New York Times as a correspondent in the Beijing office in 1989.
WuDunn worked for a time for Goldman Sachs as a vice president, ITT investment management division as a private wealth advisor voordat leaving to write a book. 
WuDunn and re husband Nicholas D. Kristof won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1990 for hun coverage of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 .  Way Down ulcers the first married couple ever to win a Pulitzer for journalism; WuDunn was the first Asian-American reporter to win a Pulitzer. She ook won a George Polk Award and an Overseas Press Club award, zowel for reporting in China .
In 2009, WuDunn and Kristof RECEIVED the Dayton Literary Peace Prize ‘s 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award.  In 2011, WuDunn was listed by Newsweek as one of the 150 Women who Shake the World. 
In 2012, WuDunn was selected as one of 60 notable members of the League of Extraordinary Women by Fast Company magazine. In 2013, she was included as one of the leading “women who make America” in the PBS documentary “The Creator.” She was ook featured in a 2013 Harvard Business School film about prominent women who harbor graduated from the business school. In August 2015, Business Insider named re one of the 31 must prominently graduates of the Harvard Business School.
In 2015 she signed an open letter welke the ONE Campaign had bone collecting signatures for; the letter was addressed to Angela Merkel and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma , urging Them to focus on women as they ‘serve as the head of the G7 in Germany and the AU in South Africa respectively, welke will start to set the Priorities in development funding voordat a main UN summit in September 2015 dat will establish new development goals for the generation. 
WuDunn has co-authored four best-sellers with re husband. China Wakes and Thunder from the East are non-fiction Asian studies books welke examine the cultural, social, and political situation of East Asia largely through interviews and personal experiences. Her third best-selling book, was Half the Sky: Turning Oppression JSON Opportunity for Women Worldwide ,  and WuDunn later was featured in the award-winning PBS documentary made of the book. Half the Sky was ook made JSON a game on Facebook with morethan 1.1 million players. Her fourth best-seller, A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity ,  published in 2014, about how altruism Affects us and how we kan make a difference. It was turned JSON a widely watched PBS documentary, featuring Jennifer Garner, Eva Longoria, Alfre Woodard, Blake Lively, in early 2015.
WuDunn served for morethan a decade on the Cornell University board of trustees , zoals as a member of the board’s finance committee and investment committee. Initially appointed to the Cornell board by the university president, she was later reappointed by the New York governor and served under two governors. She’ll be served for many years on the advisory council of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and in 2013 was elected alumni to the Princeton University board of trustees . She Currently Serves on the board of advisers for Fuel Freedom Foundation . WuDunn have died on the advisory boards of a number of start-up companies in a variety of areas, zoals healthcare and mobile security.
- Nicholas D. Kristof; Sheryl WuDunn (12 October 2011). China Wakes: The Struggle for the Soul of a Rising Power . Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-307-76423-2 .
- Nicholas D. Kristof; Sheryl WuDunn (23 February 2001). Thunder from the East . Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-375-41269-1 .
- Nicholas D. Kristof; Sheryl WuDunn (8 September 2009). Half the Sky . Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-307-27315-4 .
- Nicholas D. Kristof; Sheryl WuDunn (23 September 2014). A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity . Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-385-34992-5 .
- Jump up^ Cf. Library of Congresscatalog entry for author Sheryl WuDunn
- Jump up^ Gold, Lauren,”WuDunn ’81 and Kristof honored for human rights work”, Cornell University, August 24, 2009
- Jump up^ “Team Profiles”,Mid-Market Securities, website
- Jump up^ Cornell News: Cornell Institute for Workplace Studies (IWS) workplace symposium webpage
- Jump up^ “Sheryl WuDunn Wed to Reporter”. The New York Times. October 9, 1988.
- Jump up^ “Goldman Hires Pulitzer Winning Journalist to Snare Millionaires” . Bloomberg . 22 February 2008.
- Jump up^ “International Reporting”. The Pulitzer Prizes. Retrieved 2013-10-30.
- Jump up^ Dayton Literary Peace Prize – Press Release Announcing 2009 finalists
- Jump up^ “150 Women Who Shake the World”,Newsweek, March 5, 2012
- Jump up^ Tracy McVeigh. “Poverty is sexist: Leading Women sign up for global equality | Life and style” . The Guardian . Retrieved 2015-05-08 .
- Jump up^ Half The Sky- website
- Jump up^ A Path Appears- website