Hoda Kotb was named co-anchor of the fourth hour of Today in 2007. She has also been a Dateline NBC correspondent since 1998 and is a New York Times bestselling author for her book, Hoda. The three-time Emmy winner also won the prestigious 2006 Peabody Award, the 2003 Gracie Award, and the 2002 Edward R. Murrow Award. Her most recent book is Where We Belong, and she resides in New York City.
Praise for TEN YEARS LATER
"A thoughtful and inspiring book."--Savannah Guthrie "It's such a great book...there's a universal quality to these stories."--Kathie Lee Gifford "I thought the book was fabulous."--Steve Harvey "The book is filled with these great and wonderful reminders of the capacity of a human being to overcome incredible adversity...A great, great, great reminder of a great country and a great people, and [Hoda] is one of them."--Mike Huckabee "Fantastic. It's a great book."--Jimmy Fallon "I love the book."--Wendy Williams "Really smart...This is a fantastic book...a riveting read."--Piers Morgan "Kotb's book, "Ten Years Later" (written with Jane Lorenzini), offers inspirational profiles of six people who have overcome adversity."--New York Times "Inspirational."--USA Today "Ten Years Later: Six People Who Faced Adversity and Transformed Their Lives, stands out as a wrenching, heartfelt inspiration to better yourself in 2013....These stories could easily tip over into maudlin territory, but Kotb's journalistic skills and her co-author and pal Jane Lorenzini's voice keep the tone smart and gripping."--Fastcompany.com "Sobering and inspiring tales in their own right, Kotb's journalistic acumen makes this collection all the more moving."--Publishers Weekly "Amazing and inspiring stories."--Ladies Home Journal "Remarkable."--Access Hollywood "Perfect for anyone who needs a boost."--PGBLifestyle.com