USA TODAY Welcomes Two Notable Columnists

USA TODAY welcomed two notable columnists this week: Connie Schultz, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and New York Times bestselling author, joined as an Opinion columnist, and Sara Kuburic, “The Millennial Therapist,” joined as a Wellness columnist.

Connie Schultz is the newest voice on USA TODAY’s growing Opinion team and will be writing a weekly column exclusive to USA TODAY and USA TODAY NETWORK. Schultz, a frequent public speaker and guest on national television, most recently wrote a nationally syndicated column. She writes about current events, policy, politics, and her own life – her time as a single mom and now as a grandparent, growing up in Ohio, where she still lives with husband Sen. Sherrod Brown. Her first column for USA TODAY, ‘To affirm bigotry is to grow it:’ Fears, memories and hopes for the future during Pride Month, published online yesterday. Schultz also released her latest book, “Daughters of Erietown,” in paperback this week.

Connie Schultz, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and New York Times bestselling author, Joins the USA TODAY Opinion team. (Photo: USA TODAY)

“One of the best parts of being a columnist is the relationship you build with readers,” Schultz said. “As a columnist for USA TODAY and its Network, I have the chance to engage with thoughtful readers across the country. We have so much to talk about, always. I look forward to those conversations.”

Sara Kuburic is the newest member of USA TODAY’s newly created Wellness team, which launched this year to help readers navigate their mental health, well-being, and identity. Kuburic, a Canadian Certified Counselor, is an existential therapist who is an expert in issues pertaining to identity, relationship, and moral trauma. She specializes in abuse, life transitions and anxiety, among other things. On Instagram, Kuburic shares tips and advice and serves as a mental health advocate for her followers. She has gained a following as the Millennial Therapist thanks to her @millennial.therapist Instagram account, which boasts more than 850,000 followers. Kuburic’s first column for USA TODAY, ‘It’s not like he cheated on me’: Cheating is not the only form of betrayal, published online yesterday.

Sara Kuburic, known on Instagram as the "Millennial Therapist." joins the USA TODAY Wellness team. (Photo: USA TODAY)

“I’m thrilled to be joining such an established and well-respected news outlet. I’m honored to have the opportunity to have a weekly column where I get to share content, advice, and connect with the USA TODAY readership,” said Kuburic.

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