Bridget Cook-Burch is the New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestselling author whose books have been showcased on Oprah, Dateline, and Good Morning America, among many others. What she would like you to know most about her, however, is how the power of words totally transformed her life. She has come to believe in that power to change the world.
Following an intense, near-death experience, Bridget learned how to bring light into the darkest places of humanity. She became captivated with the hero’s and shero’s journey, beginning – in all places – chronicling the stories of entrenched gang members in Denver. Her own human struggle gave her courage to write some of the most compelling stories of leaders on the planet. In addition to her growing family,
Bridget’s greatest passion is training hundreds of authors and emerging leaders to rise from their circumstances – no matter how difficult – into a life of passion, great adventure and positive contribution.
Her New York Times Bestseller The Witness Wore Red tells the astonishing life story of Rebecca Musser’s escape from FLDS Leader Warren Jeffs. Shattered Silence, the Untold Story of a Serial Killer’s Daughter with Melissa G. Moore has remained a national bestseller and translated into multiple languages. Skinhead Confessions: From Hate to Hope was written about former neo-Nazi TJ Leyden. Bridget’s personal stories have been showcased in national bestselling title, Leading Women: 20 Influential Women Share Their Secrets to Leadership, Business, and Life and #1 national bestseller Living Proof with Lisa Nichols from The Secret.
Bridget invites you to her Inspired Writers Retreats and leadership adventures in beautiful settings such as Italy, Ireland, India and the stunning vistas of Utah.