Nora Gallagher

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,, 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.