Belkin is currently a Journalist, Author, and Teacher. She is the former Chief National Correspondent for Yahoo News. Belkin began her career at The New York Times, where she spent thirty years with titles that varied from National Correspondent to Medical Reporter to the New York Times Magazine. While at the Times, Belkin coined the phrase "Opt-Out Revolution" and created the Life's Work column and the Motherlode blog. She later moved to the Huffington Post, where she reported on life, work and family. Belkin authored three books, Life's Work, Confessions of an Unbalanced Mom, First, Do No Harm, and Show Me a Hero, which was made into a Golden Globe-winning HBO series. Lisa is an adjunct faculty member at Columbia Journalism School.
Lisa Belkin discusses Show Me a Hero and its road to Hollywood