Michelle Fanucci is a journalist at CBS NEWS, currently serving as a field producer of the award-winning crime and justice series “48 Hours.” I was able to experience Michelle’s journey through social media and I want everyone to know what an impact Michelle has had on my life.
We met in New York about 7 years ago. I was in the apex of my life. I had a different career then, but I was on the verge of moving into the space I am now. At the time, Michelle and I connected and we’ve kept in touch ever since. I am so excited to share her with you!
In this episode, Michelle shares her story of finding peace in a stressful career, the struggle to be present, the power of what you think, and more.
Radically Strong Michelle
Radically Inspired Clarity
Michelle Fanucci Answers…
Radically Loved Quotes
“You’re not defined by the story you bring in, but who you are as a person.”
“Are you breathing as you’re scrolling? Or are you holding your breath and just scrolling and scrolling and scrolling?”
“Even if you say it and you don’t believe it, eventually some part of you will believe it.”
“Everyone has a gift. Everyone has many gifts. You have to start with what makes you happy.”
A Little More About Our Guest
In 2016, Fanucci traveled to Brussels to document one man’s remarkable eight-month journey of recovery after nearly being killed in the terrorist bombings at the Brussels airport. The 48 Hours documentary, “The Long Road Home,” gave a powerful and unprecedented look at what it takes to survive an attack and put a life back together – including the setbacks and incredible highs.
Fanucci also covers national and international breaking news specials for CBS News, such as those done in the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks and the Dallas police shootings.
Fanucci got her start as an intern in morning news at TODAY show in 2006 where she worked her way up, producing live segments for the broadcast. She also worked for “Dateline NBC” and “Nightly News with Brian Williams.” She was an intern for the White House in 2004. Fanucci has received two Daytime Emmy’s as part of TODAY’s Outstanding Morning Program in 2010 and 2011. She received an Emmy nomination for her work on NBC’s primetime documentary, “Our Year of Extremes: Did Climate Change Just Hit Home?” with Ann Curry in 2014. In 2015, she earned an Emmy nomination for her work on 48 Hour’s primetime special report on the Paris terrorist attacks, “Paris Under Attack.”