Two years ago today, we launched Bold with the goal of inclusive conversation around building an innovative and collaborative society. In short, we’ve been seeking ways to build a more perfect union. Through the many highs and lows of #startuplife, we’re deeply grateful for your support during these two years since our Bold journey began.
During the past two years, we’ve featured conversations with household names in news, politics, and culture, including Speaker of the House Paul Ryan; former White House Communications Director, Anthony Scaramucci; Journalist Gretchen Carlson; Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson; Venture Capitalist Jason Calacanis; Former Chanel CEO Maureen Chiquet; Mindfulness Leader, Deepak Chopra; and Congressman Ted Lieu. We regularly engage with political and business analysts from outlets like POLITICO, The Hill, Bustle.com, Bookstr.com and National Review. Our Bold contributors regularly appear on outlets like CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and Fox Business.
We’ve been excited about our brand growth through our two shows: Bold TV, covering bipartisan politics, and Bold Business, covering millennial business news. We’re thrilled to expand further in 2018 and launch Bold Life, a lifestyle show to help you live your boldest life. Stay tuned for Bold Life updates coming soon!
We hope you’ll enjoy some of the best Bold moments in our highlight reel above!
During this holiday season and every season, we wish you and your family health and happiness.
Carrie Sheffield, Founder of Bold
P.S. Today is also my co-anchor Clay Aiken’s birthday. Besides being a smart political thinker and talented singer, Clay’s also the founder of the National Inclusion Project to help special needs children fully participate in community and recreational programs. You can support his efforts here, and we appreciate your generosity. Thank you!
Carrie Sheffield is the founder of Bold. She is passionate about storytelling to empower and connect others. A founding POLITICO reporter, Carrie contributed on political economy at Forbes and wrote editorials for The Washington Times. After earning a master’s in public policy from Harvard University, she managed credit risk at Goldman Sachs and researched for American Enterprise Institute scholar Edward Conard. She earned a B.A. in communications at Brigham Young University and completed a Fulbright fellowship in Berlin.