Cita Stelzer received a BA degree from Barnard College with a major in history, worked in educational publishing, and has been a stringer for the Financial Times. She founded a public relations firm in New York City and served as special aide to Mayor John Lindsay and to Governor Hugh Carey before joining an economic consulting firm specializing in regulatory policy. She is an Advisor to the Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge, a member of the Board of Advisers of the International Churchill Society, and a former Trustee of Wigmore Hall. Her first book, Dinner with Churchill: Policy-Making at the Dinner Table, was published in 2011. Randolph Churchill is the great-grandson of Sir Winston Churchill. After attending Harrow, Randolph served in the Royal Navy and subsequently attended Buckingham University. He is a Trustee of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, Honorary Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge, Director of the Armed Services Charities Advisory Company, and Trustee of the Churchill Centre in both the United States and United Kingdom. A regular speaker at Churchill conferences and dinners, Randolph and his wife have four children and live close to Sir Winston's home at Chartwell in Kent.
Working with Winston is a wonderful tour behind the scenes of history and its vignettes portray a very human and attractive man.