Author and blogger Lee Kravitz was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Yale College and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. In his 30-year-career, he has been an award-winning journalist, editor and media executive. Lee most recently was editor-in-chief of Parade, the Sunday newspaper magazine with more than 70 million readers.
A pioneer in creating multi-platform media for young people, Lee was founding editor of React, an interactive news magazine for teenagers, and an editorial director of Scholastic Inc., the educational publishing company. Under Lee's leadership, his magazines have received more than 200 awards for editorial excellence and been acclaimed for inspiring Americans of all ages to improve their lives, communities, nation and world.
Lee has served on the boards of several nonprofit organizations,including the Public Education Network, Youth Service America, National History Day and The League. He is board president of Youth Communication, a publisher of writing by and for inner-city teens and youth in foster care.
Lee and his wife Elizabeth Kaplan, a literary agent, live in New York City and Clinton Corners, New York, with their three children. UNFINISHED BUSINESS is Lee's first book.
Books:Unfinished Business, May 2010