Daniel Pink

Daniel Pink

Author and Journalist

Daniel Pink's keynote career has been largely based off his time spent between 1995 to 1997 as Vice President of the United States Al Gore's chief speechwriter. Before starting out his distinguished career, Pink attended and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Northwestern University as a Truman Scholar. Following this achievement, he went on to graduate from Yale Law School, earning himself a JD.

While Pink holds an esteemed law degree, he has never practiced law, instead opting to work in the field of politics and public speaking. Before his time spent at the White House under VP Gore, Pink was employed as an aide to Labor Secretary Robert Reich.

Though he has spent a considerable amount of time in the field of American politics, Daniel Pink's keynote career have focused instead on today's evolving workplace and how to succeed in an era of major turbulence and reorganization of the structure of society. As a New York Times best-selling author and one of Thinkers50 top 50 most influential business minds of 2011, Daniel Pink has certainly made his mark as one of the foremost thinkers of the 21st century.

Related Keynotes