Julia Boorstin

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  • Senior Media & Tech Correspondent, CNBC
  • Author of 'When Women Lead: What They Achieve, Why They Succeed, and How We Can Learn from Them'
  • Creator & Curator of CNBC's "Disruptor 50"
  • Helped Launch CNBC's 'Closing the Gap' Initative



CNBC correspondent and author Julia Boorstin delivers insightful analysis with a focus on the intersection of media and technology. Boorstin serves as CNBC’s Senior Media & Tech Correspondent, playing a central role on the network’s bicoastal tech-focused program TechCheck. Before joining CNBC as an on-air reporter in 2006, she served as a reporter for Fortune magazine, and was an intern for Vice President Gore’s domestic policy office. Boorstin will release her debut book When Women Lead: What They Achieve, Why They Succeed, and How We Can Learn from Them this fall, which features lessons from the leadership approaches of women running the world’s most innovative and successful companies.

Boorstin has contributed to CNN and CNN Headline News, among others. She is the creator of the CNBC “Disruptor 50,” an annual list she curates that highlights private companies transforming the economy and challenging companies in established industries. She also helped launch the network’s ‘Closing the Gap’ initiative, which covers people and companies closing gender and diversity gaps. In her writing, reporting, and speaking, Boorstin is a sought-after expert exploring groundbreaking leadership and business innovations that resonate across industries.

 

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Author Talk: ‘When Women Lead’

Inspired by her debut book When Women Lead: What They Achieve, Why They Succeed, and How We Can Learn from Them, CNBC Senior Media & Tech Correspondent Julia Boorstin offers key lessons from the odds-defying leadership approaches of women running the world’s most innovative and successful compan ...

Inspired by her debut book When Women Lead: What They Achieve, Why They Succeed, and How We Can Learn from Them, CNBC Senior Media & Tech Correspondent Julia Boorstin offers key lessons from the odds-defying leadership approaches of women running the world’s most innovative and successful companies. Boorstin shares insights from her nuanced interviews with over sixty high-profile leaders across industries in this impactful talk.

In Conversation with Julia Boorstin

CNBC Senior Media & Tech Correspondent Julia Boorstin delivers insightful analysis with a focus on the intersection of media and technology. Boorstin has been reporting on groundbreaking business innovations and odds-defying leadership strategies for CNBC, CNN, Fortune magazine, and more, and of ...

CNBC Senior Media & Tech Correspondent Julia Boorstin delivers insightful analysis with a focus on the intersection of media and technology. Boorstin has been reporting on groundbreaking business innovations and odds-defying leadership strategies for CNBC, CNN, Fortune magazine, and more, and offers key takeaways that resonate with audiences of all kinds.

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Biography

Julia Boorstin is CNBC’s Senior Media & Tech Correspondent and has been an on-air reporter for the network since 2006. She also plays a central role on CNBC’s bicoastal tech-focused program TechCheck delivering reporting, analysis, and CEO interviews with a focus on social media and the intersection of media and technology.

In 2013, Boorstin created and launched the CNBC "Disruptor 50," an annual list she oversees, highlighting private companies transforming the economy and challenging companies in established industries. She also helped launch the network’s ‘Closing the Gap’ initiative covering the people and companies closing gender and diversity gaps.

A graduate of Princeton University, she has been a reporter for Fortune magazine, as well as a contributor to CNN and CNN Headline News. She also was an intern for Vice President Gore’s domestic policy office. 

She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two sons.