Shaunti Feldhahn began her career as a Wall Street analyst, and ended by becoming a surprise best-selling author. She holds a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University, as well as a Bachelors in Government and Economics from the College of William & Mary in Virginia. She has served on the staff of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee; later, she worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, tracking the Asian-market crisis at the highest levels of the Federal Reserves System and the federal government.
In 1998, Shaunti authored the runaway #1 best-seller Y2K: The Millennium Bug: A Balanced Christian Response, which was viewed as instrumental in encouraging the Christian community toward a positive, service-oriented response as the year 2000 approached. After the rollover, Mrs. Feldhahn became a founding member of the Board of Directors for We Care America, a group dedicated to helping Christian care ministry effectively meet the needs of communities. Through the WCA, Shaunti has worked to network and involve the faith community with critical policy issues such as the faith-based initiative.
Shaunti's book, For Women Only: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men, has sold nearly half a million copies, becoming a popular conversation starter for men and women around the country. Several follow-up books were released in 2006, including For Men Only: A Straightforward Guide to the Inner Lives of Women, co-authored with her husband Jeff.
Shaunti, a nationally-syndicated opinion columnist, business and marketing consultant, active participant in several non-profit and policy initiatives, an author of best-selling nonfiction and Christian fiction, as well as a mother, is clearly a woman of many talents. She has been featured on such media outlets as Focus on the Family, the 700 Club, Life Today, Family Life, NPR, PBS Television, and TNT, reaching an audience of millions with her message of faith. She lives in Atlanta with her husband Jeff, and their two young children. Shaunti and Jeff are active leaders in their church, leading a home group that encourages married couples toward greater intimacy with God and each other.
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