Environmental Strategist and Writer for Patagonia
Participated in: 2017 Summer General Program, 2018 Responsible Success Program
Nora Gallagher works for Patagonia, Inc., as a writer, editor and environmental strategist. Her books include a novel– Changing Light (Pantheon 2007), three memoirs (Knopf) and a novel-in-progress.
Her essays, book reviews and journalism have appeared in many publications including The Guardian, https://www.theguardian.com/profile/nora-gallagher, The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, Utne Reader, The Village Voice, Mother Jones, and The Los Angeles Times.
Gallagher has been a keynote speaker and given talks on radio, television and at Yale University, UC-Berkeley, and Stanford University and the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
She is the editor of the award-winning Notes from the Field, published by Chronicle Books, 1999. Among her honors are a Penny-Missouri journalism award and fellowships at both the MacDowell Colony and Blue Mountain Center.
She sits on the advisory board of the Yale Divinity School.