Catherine Whitney is a New York nonfiction author who has co-written and ghostwritten more than fifty books in a variety of fields. She has coauthored Bret Baier’s presidential series, including the number one New York Times Bestseller, To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, The Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876; Fortune CEO Alan Murray’s Tomorrow’s Capitalist; Steve Case’s The Rise of the Rest; Jane Pauley’s Your Life Calling; Gretchen Carlson’s Getting Real; Lee Iacocca’s Where Have All the Leaders Gone?; Judge Judy’s Beauty Fades, Dumb is Forever; GMA’s Robin Roberts’ From the Heart: 7 Rules to Live By; and Nine and Counting: The Women of the United States Senate, with nine women senators. Whitney specializes in a collaborative process that facilitates the “voice” and message of the author involved and is skilled at enabling people to tell their stories. She excels at research. She has also written her own critically acclaimed books, including Soldiers Once: My Brother and the Lost Dreams of America’s Veterans.