Danielle Sacks is an award-winning senior writer at Fast Company magazine who chronicles some of the most provocative people and issues in business. Over the past nine years at the magazine she has written five cover stories, including profiles on The Tipping Point's Malcolm Gladwell and advertising bad boy Alex Bogusky. Sacks has critically profiled some of the most powerful people in industries like green design and sustainability, including green godfather William McDonough and Whole Foods' John Mackey. In 2006 Sacks was awarded the New York Press Club Nelly Bly Award and was published in Fast Company’s Greatest Hits: Ten Years of the Most Innovative Ideas in Business. She has also written for Details, Men's Vogue and Dealmaker, and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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