Marjory Grant Ross is one of the most unusual stories in the publishing business. She has become a leader in helping cultivate a new American political and social dialogue " a dialogue that now includes unconventional, contrarian, and independent voices against the chorus of political and social correctness. In a few short years, she has become one of the most respected, visible, quoted, and copied leaders in the book business. Her advice and counsel is valued by the celebrated, the ambitious, and the powerful alike.
As President and Publisher of Regnery Publishing-- the first person outside the Regnery family to hold that title-- Ms. Ross' ultimate responsibility is to produce results. Before she joined Regnery, the company had six books on the New York Times best-sellers list in its 52-year history. In the 12 years that she has been in a leadership position, Regnery has put a remarkable 49 books on the printed New York Times best-sellers list --without increasing the average number of titles published per year. Ms. Ross's business acumen, marketing savvy, political insights and command of the powers of persuasion " not to mention her "other full time job": mother to three teenage daughters -- make her an ideal speaker to business groups, political and civic groups, fellow female professionals, and young women starting their careers.