Samantha Nutt, MD

Samantha Nutt is an award winning humanitarian and bestselling author. She is the Founder of War Child USA and Canada.

Samantha Nutt is an award-winning humanitarian, medical doctor, bestselling author and acclaimed public speaker. Nutt’s debut and acclaimed non-fiction book <em>Damned Nations: Greed Guns, Armies and Aid</em> was released by McClelland and Stewart Ltd. (Random House) was a national #1 bestseller in both hard cover and trade paperback. She is also one of the busiest and most sought-after public speakers in North America, touring Canada and the USA to speak to a wide range of audiences on current affairs, conflict, international aid, women and foreign policy. Nutt is a featured foreign affairs panelist on the acclaimed news program, appearing regularly on CBC TV NEWS “The National with Peter Mansbridge.” Her written work has been published by <em>Maclean’s Magazine, Reuters, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Ottawa Citizen</em> and The Huffington Post, among many others, and she has appeared in <em>More Magazine, Marie Claire</em>, and on NBC Nightly News, BBC World News Service, CBC, CTV, Global Television, WGN, and NPR, to name just a few. She is the Founder of War Child Canada and USA, and commutes between Toronto and New York.

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