Paul Sullivan is the author of The Thin Green Line: The Money Secrets of The Super Wealthy (Simon & Schuster, 2015) and Clutch: Why Some People Excel Under Pressure and Others Don’t (Portfolio/Penguin, 2010) . The Wall Street Journal praised Clutch for oﬀering “valuable suggestions for what we can do to get through a make-or-break moment with a better chance of success,” and Time Magazine called it “a well-written examination of what makes a person perform despite stress”.
Paul also writes the Wealth Matters column for The New York Times. His articles have appeared in Fortune, Conde Nast Portfolio, The International Herald Tribune, Barron’s, The Boston Globe, and Food & Wine. From 2000 to 2006, he was a reporter, editor and columnist at the Financial Times.
Paul ﬁrst learned about Oldways on “World Pasta Day” in 2004 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. He went for the fancy pasta lunch, but ended up seated between K. Dun Giﬀord and Sara Baer-Sinnott. Over the years, he learned much more about food and living well from Oldways. He hopes to bring his layman’s love of food and his deep desire that more people can start eating better and healthier to the Board and help out however he can. Paul is also a board member of the American Foundation for the Blind.
He has been an independent voting member of the Oldways Board of Directors since February, 2012.