Join this special conversation series, programmed in partnership with CAA and Vanity Fair, where you’ll hear from award-winning authors, bestselling storytellers, and cultural changemakers from the worlds of art, entertainment, media, and politics.
Spend an evening with America’s favorite sister duo, Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush! During this inspiring conversation, they’ll discuss the value of prioritizing love in our everyday actions, stories from their own childhood, and how they’re experiencing joy in the unexpected as they parent their own children.
Jenna Bush Hager is a host of NBC’s TODAY with Hoda & Jenna and the founder of TODAY’s Read with Jenna book club. She is the co-author of the #1 New York Times bestsellers Sisters First, The Superpower Sisterhood, and Sisters First: Stories from Our Wild and Wonderful Life with her twin sister, as well as Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It! with her mother, former First Lady Laura Bush. She is also the author of an essay collection, Everything Beautiful in Its Time.
Barbara Pierce Bush is a board member and cofounder of Global Health Corps, an organization that has mobilized more than one thousand young leaders to solve some of the world’s biggest global health challenges. She is also Vice President, Social Impact for the NBA and co-author of the #1 New York Times bestsellers Sisters First, The Superpower Sisterhood, and Sisters First: Stories from Our Wild and Wonderful Life.
There are three ticket types available for this event:
In-Person Tickets include: a copy of Jenna and Barbara’s new picture book, Love Comes First (published by Hachette Book Group/Little, Brown Books for Young Readers).
In-Person Meet & Greet Tickets include: a Meet & Greet and photo with Jenna and Barbara; priority seating; and a signed copy of their new picture book, Love Comes First.
Virtual Tickets include: access to a live stream of this event, but do not include a copy of Jenna and Barbara’s book, Love Comes First.
Photo by Nathan R. Congleton.
Claire Howorth is the executive editor at Vanity Fair, focusing on features and story development across platforms. Prior to joining VF, Howorth served as the ideas director and assistant managing editor at TIME Magazine. Previously, Howorth edited and wrote for a variety of publications including The Daily Beast, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and Harper’s Bazaar. She began her career at Vanity Fair.
Radhika Jones is the editor in chief of Vanity Fair.
In her five years as the magazine’s top editor, Jones has repositioned Vanity Fair as a cultural barometer—capturing the zeitgeist while also looking ahead to identify and uplift the most important and influential artists, activists, and intellectuals of our time.