How is it that we come to own our stories without letting them define us? How can stories connect and heal the human spirit?

Join FOX News anchor Arthel Neville for a conversation with Nancy Sharp, author of Both Sides Now: A True Story of Love, Loss, and Bold Living. In this day of heightened turmoil in the world and ultrafast-paced living, Arthel will explore how Nancy’s story offers wisdom that transcends the boundaries of race, age, gender, religious belief and geography. Don’t miss this powerful conversation about the human experience.

There will be a selling and signing of Nancy Sharp's memoir, Both Sides Now: A True Story of Love, Loss, and Bold Living, following the event.

Brief Bios

Nancy Sharp is an author, keynote speaker and storyteller who frequently speaks publicly about bold living. Nancy holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Goucher College and writes regularly for The Huffington Post. Her work has appeared in national magazines including Dr. Oz The Good Life, Woman’s Day, MORE, Marie Claire, SELF and National Geographic Traveler. She has written for numerous online outlets as well as regional media like 5280 Magazine, The Rocky Mountain News and The Denver Post. Nancy authors two blogs: Vivid Living: Life in Full Bloom...Thorns and All™, and Tasting Life with Nancy Sharp. Both Sides Now is her first book and the recipient of a National Indie Excellence Award and American Book Fest International Book Award. She lives in Denver with her husband, Steve Saunders, and their four children, ages thirteen through twenty-three.

The theme of trailblazing has followed Arthel Neville repeatedly in her award-winning career in broadcasting and news, as well as on the syndication and entertainment front. In 1991, Neville landed a national hosting spot with the newly launched E! Entertainment Television. She hosted and produced "Extreme Closeup," a one-on-one celebrity interview show, becoming the nation’s first high profile Black female entertainment reporter. Neville then set her sights on the burgeoning field of cable news, she signed on as a senior correspondent for Fox’s syndicated news magazine "Fox Files." While at the Fox News Channel, she was also a weekly contributor on "The O’Reilly Factor," their #1 show to this day. After Fox, in 2002, Neville was personally asked to join the ranks of CNN by Walter Isaacson, and became the first African-American female to host her own daily show on the network, “Talkback Live with Arthel Neville.” After CNN, Neville rejoined Fox (20th Television) in Los Angeles as the West Coast bureau chief for Geraldo-At-Large and as a correspondent for "A Current Affair," where her coverage of Hurricane Katrina garnered critical acclaim. In 2010, Arthel Neville returned to Fox News Channel, anchoring from their world headquarters in New York. She has anchored on "America’s Newsroom," "Fox & Friends First," "The Strategy Room," and FoxNews.com, and guest-anchored on "Fox & Friends" and "America Live with Megyn Kelly." She currently anchors the weekend newscast "America’s News Headquarters" and is a contributor on "The O’Reilly Factor."

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  • The Gift of BOLD Living: A Conversation with Arthel Neville and Nancy Sharp

    Date: Mon, Dec 8, 2014, 12 pm

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 91st St

    Venue: Classroom

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