Wendy is also the author of the critically acclaimed book on balancing career and family, “How She Really Does It: Secrets of Successful Stay-at-Work Moms” (Da Capo, 2005).
As a media executive, Wendy has represented companies ranging from tech start-ups to NBC Universal.
Through the lens of smart storytelling, Wendy effectively connects with audiences and grows the awareness of an individual, a business or a brand.
A journalist and blogger, Wendy is an expert on work/life issues and has appeared on dozens of radio and TV shows including: NBC’s “Today” show, ABC’s “Good Morning America,” MSNBC, CBS, FOX News, CNN’s “Headline News” and others. She is a contributor to CNN.com and the "Huffington Post" and has written for the "New York Times" and several magazines.
Her humor and conversational tone make Wendy a popular corporate and conference speaker. She has been invited to speak at conferences around the country including the Governor’s Conference for Women in California, Texas, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Companies including, Goldman Sachs, Ernst & Young, Citi, AOL and others hire Wendy to speak about work/life and career issues.
Wendy lives outside New York City in South Orange, New Jersey, with her husband Michael and her two children, Jonah and Lexi.
Wendy Sachs is an Emmy award-winning network television producer, former Capitol Hill press secretary, editor-in-chief of Care.com, media relations executive, and the author of “Fearless and Free: How Smart Women Pivot and Relaunch their Careers.” The book will be published by AMACOM in February 2017.