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Ron Suskind is a Pulitzer-winning journalist, bestselling author, and the founder of Sidekicks.

Suskind’s latest bestseller, "Life, Animated", chronicles his family’s twenty-year journey raising and connecting to their autistic son. The Suskinds are also the subject of an award-winning documentary feature of the same name. Their story has driven activism and research about the compensatory strengths of those with autism and others who are “differently-abled” due to distinctive neurology or sociocultural backgrounds. Suskind’s company, Sidekicks, is leading efforts to build a next generation of augmentative technologies to lift and support these communities.

Suskind often appears on network television and has been a contributor for The New York Times Magazine and Esquire. He was the Wall Street Journal’s senior national affairs reporter from 1993 until his departure in 2000, and won the 1995 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing. He currently lives in Cambridge, MA, with his wife, Cornelia Kennedy Suskind, and lectures about narrative and justice at Harvard Law School.

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  • Underpricing Risk . . . and Prudence

    Publications ranging from The New Yorker magazine to the American Bankers Association magazine have praised Ron Suskind’s grasp of country’s financial history and current dilemmas. The author also regularly interviews Presidents and their closest advisers. This combination is rare, as are the insights of this Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, who also happened to spend ten years as a senior reporter for the Wall Street Journal. When he speaks, people listen – from the towers of Wall Street to corridors of the White House. And when he turns off his tape recorder, the leaders of our two capitals – New York and Washington, one capital of private endeavor, the other of public purpose – tell him truths they don’t tell the rest of us. Without betraying his many sources, Suskind offers these verities to audiences, especially in the FIRE professions (Financial, Insurance, Real Estate), which he now calls “America’s core industry – the management of money and risk.” In this speech, Suskind takes the audience of an edgy and humorous ride, from the halls of the Medici’s to the invention of insurance in the 1600s (the first pricing of risk) to JP Morgan, FDR, Reagan and, then, to our current actors. He shows how risk got underpriced – how that must cause “bubbles and busts” as surely as the sun rising in the east – and how we work our way out of this trap. It’s something many of his sources discuss, through rarely in public, along with how a restoration of values is required in the private and public sectors. “We need to make prudence sexy again,” he says, and then shows why this “habit of mind” – as de Tocqueville would say – was so central to the nation’s successes from FDR onward, when we built rock-solid financial institutions and a globally admired professional class. It can happen again. “It must, to create a sustainable business model for America,” he says, in a speech filled with the most forward-leaning insights and intelligence.

  • Life, Animated

    The real story behind Pulitzer Prize-winner Ron Suskind’s five bestselling books is told in his sixth book, Life, Animated, about the family’s twenty-year struggle with their youngest son’s autism. Children with autism often seize upon a particular interest that envelops them. In the case of Owen Suskind, who lost all speech at three, it took a decidedly diabolical twist: he could only make sense of himself and the world through Disney animated movies -
    • in fact, all them since Snow White in 1937. He memorized the iconic films and recited them in long strings of barely discernible gibberish. The family dove deep to rescue him, speaking for years in Disney dialogue and turning the world upside down: their house became a stage set, they impersonated animated characters. But it is he who may have rescued them. In an adventure story of the human heart, the boy emerges in his teens with a set of original stories – refashioning Disney’s characters into startling tales of redemption – and, along the way, may have sketched a method for how autistic kids, worldwide, can be reached. Meanwhile, as his father was wrestling with Presidents -
    • and stitching together some of the era’s most powerful narratives -
    • his guide and teacher turned out to be a son who could barely speak. The book, eagerly awaited by medical researchers, autism advocates and public/social service workers, will change the way readers of all stripes see themselves and the many among us who don’t fit -
    • never will – but possess untapped potential and uncommon grace.

  • Channel the Change

    The storied American principles of one-man, one-vote, transparent markets, fairness of competition, rule of law, civil and human rights – what de Tocqueville called the “bourgeois virtues” -
    • have, across two centuries, transformed the world. Which is why there’s such discomfort when America retreats from those Ron Suskind paints a hopeful portrait of the 21st Century. If America sticks by its cherished ideals – “trusts its oaths,” as he has often written -
    • the nation will prosper and lead an ever more borderless and imitative globe. To do so, however, U.S. leaders in both the public and private sectors will have to lean away from the short-term and the self-protective – “top-down” impulses that often characterize declining empires -
    • and lean forcefully toward channeling change, here and abroad. That, after all, is why those American principles have been so effective across so many years: they are, fitted together, the best model yet devised for preserving balance – of a society and its institutions – while managing the kind of seismic, “bottom-up” change that has certainly characterized the nation since its founding and increasingly reshapes the world that America has helped create. It is a theme – powerful and inclusive -
    • that has long animated Suskind’s work. In this inspirational speech, he ties together all five of his critically acclaimed bestsellers into a powerful message of very reasonable optimism . . . if.

  • The Heartbeat of American Medicine

    In this speech, Suskind offers health care audiences an unparalleled glimpse of the conceptual impetus that drove Obama to make health care reform priority one, his mix of intellectual prowess and managerial naiveté, what was left on the negotiating table and why (you'll be shocked), and how those many political deals have made ACA profoundly challenging to implement (what we're now discovering). Because all the key players, including Obama, cooperate with Suskind
    • from political leaders to industry leaders, from Don Berwick to Paul O'Neill to the chiefs of Dartmouth Atlas
    • audiences are not only privy to a deeper understanding of this landmark contest, but to rare insights into how we can best care for all our citizens. Considering that the Pulitzer Prize-winner is also one of our finest storytellers, this is not to be missed.

  • An Entertaining Evening with Ron Suskind

    Audiences now have the chance to hear and witness one of the best speakers in the country through this special and highly entertaining keynote. Ron Suskind has the amazing gift for conveying the most complex stories in the most compelling ways, and this customized speech is no exception. An extremely animated lecturer, Suskind has the ability to electrify audiences on any topic, as well as touch the core of our hearts through his personal stories. Whether you are interested in learning about his bestselling books, views on politics, understanding ethics and values that currently affect our nation or about his extraordinary family life and inspiring son, you can get a front row seat to the most entertaining evening you will ever experience.

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Ron Suskind

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Ron Suskind Biography

Ron Suskind is a Pulitzer-winning journalist, bestselling author, and the founder of Sidekicks.

Suskind’s latest bestseller, "Life, Animated", chronicles his family’s twenty-year journey raising and connecting to their autistic son. The Suskinds are also the subject of an award-winning documentary feature of the same name. Their story has driven activism and research about the compensatory strengths of those with autism and others who are “differently-abled” due to distinctive neurology or sociocultural backgrounds. Suskind’s company, Sidekicks, is leading efforts to build a next generation of augmentative technologies to lift and support these communities.

Suskind often appears on network television and has been a contributor for The New York Times Magazine and Esquire. He was the Wall Street Journal’s senior national affairs reporter from 1993 until his departure in 2000, and won the 1995 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing. He currently lives in Cambridge, MA, with his wife, Cornelia Kennedy Suskind, and lectures about narrative and justice at Harvard Law School.

Ron Suskind Videos

  • 2019 Cubberley Lecture with Ron Suskind - YouTube
    Mar 14, 2019 ... Ron Suskind, an award-winning author and journalist, delivered the annual Cubberley Lecture at the Stanford Graduate School of...
  • Ron Suskind on Affinity as Identity, for a Real Social Media | SXSW ...
    Mar 5, 2019 ... Ron Suskind (The Affinity Project) offers a fresh alternative to social media, inspired by brilliant folks on the spectrum, at SXSW...

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Ron Suskind Speaking Topics

  • Underpricing Risk . . . and Prudence

    Publications ranging from The New Yorker magazine to the American Bankers Association magazine have praised Ron Suskind’s grasp of country’s financial history and current dilemmas. The author also regularly interviews Presidents and their closest advisers. This combination is rare, as are the insights of this Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, who also happened to spend ten years as a senior reporter for the Wall Street Journal. When he speaks, people listen – from the towers of Wall Street to corridors of the White House. And when he turns off his tape recorder, the leaders of our two capitals – New York and Washington, one capital of private endeavor, the other of public purpose – tell him truths they don’t tell the rest of us. Without betraying his many sources, Suskind offers these verities to audiences, especially in the FIRE professions (Financial, Insurance, Real Estate), which he now calls “America’s core industry – the management of money and risk.” In this speech, Suskind takes the audience of an edgy and humorous ride, from the halls of the Medici’s to the invention of insurance in the 1600s (the first pricing of risk) to JP Morgan, FDR, Reagan and, then, to our current actors. He shows how risk got underpriced – how that must cause “bubbles and busts” as surely as the sun rising in the east – and how we work our way out of this trap. It’s something many of his sources discuss, through rarely in public, along with how a restoration of values is required in the private and public sectors. “We need to make prudence sexy again,” he says, and then shows why this “habit of mind” – as de Tocqueville would say – was so central to the nation’s successes from FDR onward, when we built rock-solid financial institutions and a globally admired professional class. It can happen again. “It must, to create a sustainable business model for America,” he says, in a speech filled with the most forward-leaning insights and intelligence.

  • Life, Animated

    The real story behind Pulitzer Prize-winner Ron Suskind’s five bestselling books is told in his sixth book, Life, Animated, about the family’s twenty-year struggle with their youngest son’s autism. Children with autism often seize upon a particular interest that envelops them. In the case of Owen Suskind, who lost all speech at three, it took a decidedly diabolical twist: he could only make sense of himself and the world through Disney animated movies -
    • in fact, all them since Snow White in 1937. He memorized the iconic films and recited them in long strings of barely discernible gibberish. The family dove deep to rescue him, speaking for years in Disney dialogue and turning the world upside down: their house became a stage set, they impersonated animated characters. But it is he who may have rescued them. In an adventure story of the human heart, the boy emerges in his teens with a set of original stories – refashioning Disney’s characters into startling tales of redemption – and, along the way, may have sketched a method for how autistic kids, worldwide, can be reached. Meanwhile, as his father was wrestling with Presidents -
    • and stitching together some of the era’s most powerful narratives -
    • his guide and teacher turned out to be a son who could barely speak. The book, eagerly awaited by medical researchers, autism advocates and public/social service workers, will change the way readers of all stripes see themselves and the many among us who don’t fit -
    • never will – but possess untapped potential and uncommon grace.

  • Channel the Change

    The storied American principles of one-man, one-vote, transparent markets, fairness of competition, rule of law, civil and human rights – what de Tocqueville called the “bourgeois virtues” -
    • have, across two centuries, transformed the world. Which is why there’s such discomfort when America retreats from those Ron Suskind paints a hopeful portrait of the 21st Century. If America sticks by its cherished ideals – “trusts its oaths,” as he has often written -
    • the nation will prosper and lead an ever more borderless and imitative globe. To do so, however, U.S. leaders in both the public and private sectors will have to lean away from the short-term and the self-protective – “top-down” impulses that often characterize declining empires -
    • and lean forcefully toward channeling change, here and abroad. That, after all, is why those American principles have been so effective across so many years: they are, fitted together, the best model yet devised for preserving balance – of a society and its institutions – while managing the kind of seismic, “bottom-up” change that has certainly characterized the nation since its founding and increasingly reshapes the world that America has helped create. It is a theme – powerful and inclusive -
    • that has long animated Suskind’s work. In this inspirational speech, he ties together all five of his critically acclaimed bestsellers into a powerful message of very reasonable optimism . . . if.

  • The Heartbeat of American Medicine

    In this speech, Suskind offers health care audiences an unparalleled glimpse of the conceptual impetus that drove Obama to make health care reform priority one, his mix of intellectual prowess and managerial naiveté, what was left on the negotiating table and why (you'll be shocked), and how those many political deals have made ACA profoundly challenging to implement (what we're now discovering). Because all the key players, including Obama, cooperate with Suskind
    • from political leaders to industry leaders, from Don Berwick to Paul O'Neill to the chiefs of Dartmouth Atlas
    • audiences are not only privy to a deeper understanding of this landmark contest, but to rare insights into how we can best care for all our citizens. Considering that the Pulitzer Prize-winner is also one of our finest storytellers, this is not to be missed.

  • An Entertaining Evening with Ron Suskind

    Audiences now have the chance to hear and witness one of the best speakers in the country through this special and highly entertaining keynote. Ron Suskind has the amazing gift for conveying the most complex stories in the most compelling ways, and this customized speech is no exception. An extremely animated lecturer, Suskind has the ability to electrify audiences on any topic, as well as touch the core of our hearts through his personal stories. Whether you are interested in learning about his bestselling books, views on politics, understanding ethics and values that currently affect our nation or about his extraordinary family life and inspiring son, you can get a front row seat to the most entertaining evening you will ever experience.

FAQs on booking Ron Suskind

  • How to book Ron Suskind?

    Our booking agents have successfully helped clients around the world secure talent like Ron Suskind for both live and virtual events for over 15 years. The team at All American Entertainment represents and listens to the needs of organizations and corporations seeking to hire keynote speakers, celebrities or entertainers for speaking engagements, personal appearances, product endorsements, or corporate entertainment. Fill out a booking request form for Ron Suskind, or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to discuss your upcoming event. One of our experienced agents will be happy to help you get pricing information and check availability for Ron Suskind or any other celebrity of your choice.
  • How much does it cost to book Ron Suskind?

    Booking fees for Ron Suskind, or any other speakers and celebrities, are determined based on a number of factors and may change without notice. Pricing often varies between live and virtual events. Other factors that can affect speaker fees include the talent's schedule, market conditions, length of presentation, and the location of the event. The live and virtual event speaking fees listed on this website are intended to serve as a guideline only. In some cases, the actual quote may be above or below the stated range. For the most current fee to hire Ron Suskind, please fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to speak with an experienced booking agent.
  • Who is the agent for Ron Suskind?

    All American Entertainment has successfully secured celebrity talent like Ron Suskind for clients worldwide for more than 15 years. As a full-service talent booking agency, we have access to virtually any speaker or celebrity in the world. Our agents are happy and able to submit an offer to the speaker or celebrity of your choice, letting you benefit from our reputation and long-standing relationships in the industry. Fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536, and one of our agents will assist you to book Ron Suskind for your next private or corporate function.
  • What is a full-service talent booking agency?

    All American Speakers is a "buyers agent" and exclusively represents talent buyers, meeting planners and event professionals, who are looking to secure celebrities and speakers for personal appearances, speaking engagements, corporate entertainment, public relations campaigns, commercials, or endorsements. We do not exclusively represent Ron Suskind or claim ourselves as the exclusive booking agency, business manager, publicist, speakers bureau or management for Ron Suskind or any other speaker or celebrity on this website. For more information on how we work and what makes us unique, please read the AAE Advantage.

Ron Suskind is a keynote speaker and industry expert who speaks on a wide range of topics . The estimated speaking fee range to book Ron Suskind for your event is available upon request. Ron Suskind generally travels from and can be booked for (private) corporate events, personal appearances, keynote speeches, or other performances. Similar motivational celebrity speakers are Robert Ballard, John Kasich, Jon Bergmann, Leonard Mlodinow and Daniel Altman. Contact All American Speakers for ratings, reviews, videos and information on scheduling Ron Suskind for an upcoming live or virtual event.

Ron Suskind Speaker Videos

  • 2019 Cubberley Lecture with Ron Suskind - YouTube
    Mar 14, 2019 ... Ron Suskind, an award-winning author and journalist, delivered the annual Cubberley Lecture at the Stanford Graduate School of Education ...
    Ron Suskind on Affinity as Identity, for a Real Social Media | SXSW ...
    Mar 5, 2019 ... Ron Suskind (The Affinity Project) offers a fresh alternative to social media, inspired by brilliant folks on the spectrum, at SXSW EDU in his talk, ...

Ron Suskind Speaking Topics

  • Underpricing Risk . . . and Prudence

    Publications ranging from The New Yorker magazine to the American Bankers Association magazine have praised Ron Suskind’s grasp of country’s financial history and current dilemmas. The author also regularly interviews Presidents and their closest advisers. This combination is rare, as are the insights of this Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, who also happened to spend ten years as a senior reporter for the Wall Street Journal. When he speaks, people listen – from the towers of Wall Street to corridors of the White House. And when he turns off his tape recorder, the leaders of our two capitals – New York and Washington, one capital of private endeavor, the other of public purpose – tell him truths they don’t tell the rest of us. Without betraying his many sources, Suskind offers these verities to audiences, especially in the FIRE professions (Financial, Insurance, Real Estate), which he now calls “America’s core industry – the management of money and risk.” In this speech, Suskind takes the audience of an edgy and humorous ride, from the halls of the Medici’s to the invention of insurance in the 1600s (the first pricing of risk) to JP Morgan, FDR, Reagan and, then, to our current actors. He shows how risk got underpriced – how that must cause “bubbles and busts” as surely as the sun rising in the east – and how we work our way out of this trap. It’s something many of his sources discuss, through rarely in public, along with how a restoration of values is required in the private and public sectors. “We need to make prudence sexy again,” he says, and then shows why this “habit of mind” – as de Tocqueville would say – was so central to the nation’s successes from FDR onward, when we built rock-solid financial institutions and a globally admired professional class. It can happen again. “It must, to create a sustainable business model for America,” he says, in a speech filled with the most forward-leaning insights and intelligence.

  • Life, Animated

    The real story behind Pulitzer Prize-winner Ron Suskind’s five bestselling books is told in his sixth book, Life, Animated, about the family’s twenty-year struggle with their youngest son’s autism. Children with autism often seize upon a particular interest that envelops them. In the case of Owen Suskind, who lost all speech at three, it took a decidedly diabolical twist: he could only make sense of himself and the world through Disney animated movies -
    • in fact, all them since Snow White in 1937. He memorized the iconic films and recited them in long strings of barely discernible gibberish. The family dove deep to rescue him, speaking for years in Disney dialogue and turning the world upside down: their house became a stage set, they impersonated animated characters. But it is he who may have rescued them. In an adventure story of the human heart, the boy emerges in his teens with a set of original stories – refashioning Disney’s characters into startling tales of redemption – and, along the way, may have sketched a method for how autistic kids, worldwide, can be reached. Meanwhile, as his father was wrestling with Presidents -
    • and stitching together some of the era’s most powerful narratives -
    • his guide and teacher turned out to be a son who could barely speak. The book, eagerly awaited by medical researchers, autism advocates and public/social service workers, will change the way readers of all stripes see themselves and the many among us who don’t fit -
    • never will – but possess untapped potential and uncommon grace.

  • Channel the Change

    The storied American principles of one-man, one-vote, transparent markets, fairness of competition, rule of law, civil and human rights – what de Tocqueville called the “bourgeois virtues” -
    • have, across two centuries, transformed the world. Which is why there’s such discomfort when America retreats from those Ron Suskind paints a hopeful portrait of the 21st Century. If America sticks by its cherished ideals – “trusts its oaths,” as he has often written -
    • the nation will prosper and lead an ever more borderless and imitative globe. To do so, however, U.S. leaders in both the public and private sectors will have to lean away from the short-term and the self-protective – “top-down” impulses that often characterize declining empires -
    • and lean forcefully toward channeling change, here and abroad. That, after all, is why those American principles have been so effective across so many years: they are, fitted together, the best model yet devised for preserving balance – of a society and its institutions – while managing the kind of seismic, “bottom-up” change that has certainly characterized the nation since its founding and increasingly reshapes the world that America has helped create. It is a theme – powerful and inclusive -
    • that has long animated Suskind’s work. In this inspirational speech, he ties together all five of his critically acclaimed bestsellers into a powerful message of very reasonable optimism . . . if.

  • The Heartbeat of American Medicine

    In this speech, Suskind offers health care audiences an unparalleled glimpse of the conceptual impetus that drove Obama to make health care reform priority one, his mix of intellectual prowess and managerial naiveté, what was left on the negotiating table and why (you'll be shocked), and how those many political deals have made ACA profoundly challenging to implement (what we're now discovering). Because all the key players, including Obama, cooperate with Suskind
    • from political leaders to industry leaders, from Don Berwick to Paul O'Neill to the chiefs of Dartmouth Atlas
    • audiences are not only privy to a deeper understanding of this landmark contest, but to rare insights into how we can best care for all our citizens. Considering that the Pulitzer Prize-winner is also one of our finest storytellers, this is not to be missed.

  • An Entertaining Evening with Ron Suskind

    Audiences now have the chance to hear and witness one of the best speakers in the country through this special and highly entertaining keynote. Ron Suskind has the amazing gift for conveying the most complex stories in the most compelling ways, and this customized speech is no exception. An extremely animated lecturer, Suskind has the ability to electrify audiences on any topic, as well as touch the core of our hearts through his personal stories. Whether you are interested in learning about his bestselling books, views on politics, understanding ethics and values that currently affect our nation or about his extraordinary family life and inspiring son, you can get a front row seat to the most entertaining evening you will ever experience.

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