One self-actualized speechwriter
May 18, 2016
Sarah Gray once won a Cicero Speechwriting Grand Award. Now she has a popular TEDMED Talk of her own.
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Sarah Gray, winner of the 2013 Grand Prize in the Cicero Speechwriting Awards, has a powerful and popular TEDMED Talk of her own. It’s about the eye, liver and cord blood donation of her infant son Thomas, who died shortly after birth. Gray, who directs marketing and public affairs at the American Association of Tissue Banks, has a memoir on the subject coming out this fall, from HarperOne. Be the 600,000th-something person to see Gray’s steely talk, “How my son’s short life made a lasting difference.”