Danielle Sacks is an award-winning senior writer at Fast Company magazine who chronicles some of the most provocative people in business. Over the past ten years she has written seven cover stories, including profiles on J.Crew's Jenna Lyons, Malcolm Gladwell, and Chelsea Clinton. Sacks has also critically profiled some of the most powerful people in advertising, sustainability, and technology, from architect William McDonough to Whole Foods founder John Mackey. In 2006 she won the New York Press Club Nellie Bly award. She now lives in Brooklyn with her husband and son.
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