NCMF 2018 Spring Cryptologic Program Featuring Liza Mundy
***There will also be a book signing following the program. Ms. Mundy's book will be for sale for $20 per copy.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Liza Mundy is a journalist and author of four books, most recently Code Girls. She is a former staff writer for the Washington Post, where she specialized in long-form narrative writing, and her work won a number of awards. Her 2012 book, The Richer Sex, was named one of the top non-fiction books of 2012 by the Washington Post, and a noteworthy book by the New York Times Book Review. Her 2008 book, Michelle, a biography of First Lady Michelle Obama, was a New York Times best-seller and has been translated into 16 languages. Her 2007 book, Everything Conceivable, received the 2008 Science in Society Award from the National Association of Science Writers as the best book on a science topic written for a general audience.
Ms. Mundy writes widely for publications including The Atlantic, Politico, The New York Times, Slate, and TIME. A senior fellow at New America, a non-partisan think-tank, Ms. Munday has an AB from Princeton University and an MA in English literature from the University of Virginia. She lives in Arlington, Virginia, with her husband and two children, just about a mile from Arlington Hall, where the Army code-breaking women worked.
See the link below to visit Ms. Mundy's website where you can also listen to a New York Times review podcast about Code Girls. You can also follow her on Twitter @lizamundy