KELLY CORRIGAN is a successful journalist, gifted storyteller, and bestselling author, who’s always had a strong interest in culture, caregiving, and matters of society, and has spent hundreds of hours interviewing some of the top change-makers in the world. Her inspirational words elevate the experiences of everyday life and uplift our darkest moments with humor, humanity and unforgettable eloquence. Corrigan is the host of PBS’ Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan. On the series, which launched its second season in the fall, she talks with 10 influential leaders in their field who are deeply committed to making things better. Corrigan also hosts her own podcast Kelly Corrigan Wonders, which she describes as a place for people who like to laugh while they think. In addition to her TV series and podcast, Corrigan is the author of four New York Times bestselling memoirs, including Tell Me More, Glitter and Glue, The Middle Place, and Lift. Her writings earned her the title of The Poet Laureate of the Ordinary from Huffington Post and the voice of a generation from O, The Oprah Winfrey Magazine. In the spring of 2021, she published her first children’s book, Hello World, and is in the process of writing another one. She is also an accomplished columnist, appearing in O Magazine, Glamour and Good Housekeeping, and a dedicated volunteer and activist for healthcare and its specific impact on low-income children.