Nell Minow is a board member of GMI an independent research firm that rates boards of directors of public companies and compiles research, study and critical thinking about corporate governance. She has written more than 200 articles about corporate governance as well as chapters in treatises on executive compensation, annual shareholder meetings, and in the books Law Stories, The Dance of Change, The Financial Services Revolution, Leadership and Governance from the Inside Out, and How to Run a Company. She is co-author with Robert A. G. Monks of three books, Power and Accountability, (HarperBusiness 1991), the textbook Corporate Governance (Blackwell 1995, 2001, 2004, 2008, and 2011), and Watching the Watchers: Corporate Governance for the 21st Century (Blackwell 1996). She taught corporate governance to MBA students at George Mason University for five years.
She writes about movies, television, the Internet, and parenting and reviews movies each week for Beliefnet.com and 20 radio stations across the US and Canada. Her articles have appeared in the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Kansas City Star, USA Today, Family Fun, Daughters, Parents, and three editions of The Practical Guide to Practically Everything. The second edition of her books, The Movie Mom's Guide to Family Movies, was published in 2004 and her book 100 Great Movie Moments will be out in 2012. She has been profiled in the New York Times, the Economist, Forbes, the Chicago Tribune, Working Woman, CFO Magazine, the Ladies Home Journal, Washingtonian Magazine, and the Chicago Sun Times, and has appeared as The Movie Mom on CBS This Morning, Fox Morning News, NPR, CNN, and dozens of radio programs. She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and the University of Chicago Law School.
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