Your Life Calling
“By the end of 2014, every baby boomer turned 50. It’s the beginning of a new and aspirational time of life. The question for most of us is: ‘What am I going to do for the next 40 years?” -Jane Pauley, Parade magazine
In this moderated Q&A session, based on her new book, Your Life Calling: Reimaging the Rest of Your Life, Ms. Pauley will help people see themselves in a powerful new way. Having undergone her own "reinventions" in her work and life, Ms. Pauley is now inspiring others to reinvent themselves. Sharing her own journey and stories from others, Ms. Pauley will assist, inform, and inspire audiences. "The years after 50 can be a time of great productivity, meaningful work, pleasure, creativity, and innovation. It's a huge opportunity," says Ms. Pauley.
Skywriting: A Life Out of the Blue
Recognized as a powerful advocate in the field of mental health, Ms. Pauley speaks candidly in this moderated Q&A session about being diagnosed with mental illness at the age of 50, after medical treatment for hives triggered a previously unrecognized vulnerability to bipolar depression. She also addresses her subsequent journey of self-reflection and wellness, which she chronicled in her New York Times bestselling memoir, Skywriting: A Life Out of the Blue.
Jane Pauley wins Lifetime Achievement Award
Emmy award-winning journalist, bestselling author and host of “CBS Sunday Morning,” Jane Pauley was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation. As AWMF Chair Sarah Foss said: “Speaking personally, Jane Pauley, her journalist acumen and strong representation of women as valid voices, was the reason that I joined the media industry. I know that her timeless work has inspired legions of women and men for decades and continues to move her viewers today.” Pauley was honored during the prestigious Gracie Awards Luncheon, the media industry’s opportunity to recognize individuals who have used their voice to bring important stories to life, and delivered powerful and humorous remarks to a rapt audience. With her signature combination of wisdom and self-deprecating wit, Pauley touched on everything from aging to the future of the media industry. "I hope you find great inspiration from a woman who started the best new job of her career at the age of 65," she said. Pauley’s Gracies’ speech drew lots of praise on Twitter: What an honor to meet a legend. @RealJanePauley gave an unforgettable and empowering speech. She truly is a wonderful and kind woman; @RealJanePauley has inspired so many. Lifetime achievements indeed!; @RealJanePauley Such a pleasure meeting you today. Thank you for the laughter and life-lessons.Watch Jane Pauley discuss her new role as host of CBS Sunday Morning >>
Jane Pauley is the host of CBS News' Sunday Morning, the nation's #1 Sunday morning news program
This beloved broadcast is a comforting staple for millions of Americans every week. Jane Pauley has been a long-time contributor to the program, and takes over as anchor for Charles Osgood.Read more about Jane Pauley and "Sunday Morning" >>
Jane Pauley Gets Her Close-up with "Madam Secretary"
Drawing on her decades long career as a respected broadcast journalist, Jane Pauley broadens her experiences with a brief venture into the world of television drama to portray herself opposite Bill Murray in Netflix' Alpha House and a well prepared roll as a seasoned broadcast journalist with Tea Leoni in CBS' Madam Secretary. CBS News reports on their Emmy award-winning reporter.Watch Video
A familiar face on morning, daytime and primetime television, and one of broadcasting’s most respected journalists, Jane Pauley is host of CBS Sunday Morning. Pauley began her network career as co-host of TODAY for thirteen years, anchored Dateline NBC for more than a decade and hosted her own daytime program, The Jane Pauley Show.
Pauley is the recipient of multiple Emmys, the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism, the Edward R. Murrow Award for outstanding achievement. Pauley is a member of the Broadcast and Cable Hall of Fame.
Pauley has written two New York Times bestsellers. A memoir, Skywriting: A Life Out of the Blue (2004) and Your Life Calling: Reimagining the Rest of Your Life (2014).
A longtime advocate in children’s health and education, Pauley is a member of the Board of Directors of Children's Health Fund, The Mind Trust and Encore.org and is a highly regarded spokesperson in mental health. She and her husband, Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau, are the parents of three grown children.