Rachel Lehmann-Haupt

Senior Editor, TED Books, TED Books
Sausalito, CA, United States

About Rachel

Areas of Expertise

Writing, editing and content development

An idea worth spreading

Shorter than a novel, but longer than a magazine article -- a TED Book is a great way to feed your craving for ideas anytime. Our ebooks can be read in about an hour, in the spare moments when your schedule has slowed but your mind still craves fresh and exciting ideas worth spreading. The online and print worlds provide a number of options for taking a nibble or a gulp of information, depending on whether you’re on the go or settling down for a while. TED Books fits right in.

Tweet: 4 seconds

TEDTalk: 18 minutes

Magazine article: half hour

TED Book: an hour

Non-fiction book: a week

Moby Dick: never really get around to finishing it.

I'm passionate about

Enhansed Media Books

Comments & conversations

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Rachel Lehmann-Haupt
Posted over 2 years ago
How can we make science, technology, engineering, and math education more fun for kids? Join our live Q&A on February 13th at 3PM Eastern
Hello all, and welcome to this live Q&A with author Ainissa Ramirez, thank you for joining us! Welcome Ainissa! Your book, "Save Our Science: How to Inspire a New Generation of Scientists" makes a vital call to improve science, technology, engineering and math education in the US. You must have been happy to hear President Obama make this exact point in h is State of the Union address last night, saying that we need the commitment to STEM that we had during the space race. What are the important steps we need to take now?