Kelly Corrigan is an American writer. She is a graduate of the University of Richmond and received a Masters in Literature from San Francisco State University. She is the host of Exactly, a 2017 series where top notch thinkers take on big time ideas. Season One guests include Margaret Atwood, Walter Isaacson, BJ Novak, Jason Segel and John Cleese. She is also the host of Kelly Corrigan Wonders, a Public Radio series, originating from WHYY in Philadelphia, that ponders "the big questions" with guests like Malinda Gates.
|Born:||(age), Radnor, Pennsylvania|
|Alma mater:||University of Richmond (B.A.), San Francisco State University (M.A.)|
About Kelly Corrigan
Known for her bestselling cancer memoir The Middle Place, this American author published several other works, including Lift (in 2010) and Glitter and Glue (in 2014).
Kelly Corrigan Before Fame
After graduating from Radnor High School (in Pennsylvania) and the University of Richmond (in Virginia), she entered the master's program in literature at San Francisco State University.
Achievement of Kelly Corrigan
She founded a charitable organization called Notes and Words that benefited the Children's Hospital and Research Center in Oakland, California.
Kelly Corrigan Family Life
Her marriage to Edward Lichty resulted in two daughters.
Associations of Kelly Corrigan
The writer Anne Lamott contributed to one of Corrigan's Notes and Words performance events.
Information related to Kelly Corrigan
- University of Richmond alumni
- Breast cancer survivors
- San Francisco State University alumni