Bestselling author and journalist, Iris Krasnow speaks on issues related to family, relationships and female empowerment to many national groups, including business organizations, religious institutions, women's groups and colleges and universities.
Having it all and parental guilt: Balancing work, family and personal growth
Surrendering to marriage: Make your relationship last forever
Discovering the passion of your soul and creating a career you love
Why women need girlfriends to survive and thrive
Surrendering to yourself: How to find, and to love, your self of truth
Turning mother-daughter wars into lasting peace
The Circle of Life: From mothering children to mothering aging parents
Iris Krasnow was born and raised in Oak Park, Illinois. A graduate of Stanford University, with a Master’s degree from Georgetown University, she became the fashion writer for the Dallas Times Herald. She then moved to Washington, D.C. to become the national feature writer for United Press International. In her several years at UPI, Ms. Krasnow specialized in celebrity profiles, including Elie Wiesel, Yoko Ono, Billy Graham, Ted Kennedy and Queen Noor of Jordan.
Ms. Krasnow is the author of Surrendering to Motherhood, The New York Times Bestseller Surrendering to Marriage, and Surrendering to Yourself, published by Miramax Books. Her latest book, I Am My Mother’s Daughter, was published by Basic Books and has been translated into five languages.