Sponsored by Debbie and Marc Fleischman
Meg Kissinger's engaging memoir will have you look at mental illness in a whole new light. She spent more than two decades traveling across the country writing about America’s broken mental health system for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A Pulitzer Prize finalist, she has won dozens of accolades, including two George Polk Awards, the Robert F. Kennedy Award, Investigative Reporters and Editors and two National Journalism Awards. Kissinger taught investigative reporting at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and is a trainer at the school's Dart Center for Trauma and Journalism. Her new memoir is "While You Were Out."