Diana Kapp

Journalist, Writer and author of Girls Who Run the World

My work has taken me inside San Quentin prison, and to deepest Afghanistan. My path to writing has been circuitous. I’ve worked for a senator and a biotech start-up, made ads for Nike, and helped launch women’s sportswear retailer Lucy.com. I went to Stanford and got an MBA. I’ve lived in Kenya, and the Haight. I love the Sawtooth Mountains, Neil Young, my 5am running club, and climbing mountains. I wish I could play guitar and sing, but I have no talent. I’m a wannabe “rancher.” Check out www.idahorocky.com

My work has appeared in the New York TimesWall Street JournalSan Francisco Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle ELLEMarie ClaireMORE MagazineO the Oprah MagazineCalifornia Sunday Magazine, Sunset, ESPN. My first book Girls Who Run the World is due out in October with Random House Delacorte.

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Women in the Workplace//

The Making of a Female CEO

by Diana Kapp

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