Eden Collinsworth is a former media executive and business consultant. She was president of Arbor House Publishing Co. and founder of the Los Angeles-based monthly lifestyle magazine, BUZZ, before becoming a vice president at Hearst Corporation.
She served as the chief operating officer and chief-of-staff at the EastWest Institute, a global think tank. After writing a bestselling book in China for Chinese businessmen on Western deportment, she launched Collinsworth & Associates, a Beijing-based consulting company, which specialized in intercultural communication.
She is the author of a novel, It Might Have Been What He Said; of a play, The Strangeness of Men and Women; of a memoir, I Stand Corrected: How Teaching Manners in China Became Its Own Unforgettable Lesson; and of Behaving Badly: The New Morality in Politics, Sex, and Business. She currently lives in London.
Books in order of publication:
It Might Have Been What He Said – 2006
I Stand Corrected: How Teaching Western Manners in China Became Its Own Unforgettable Lesson – 2014
Behaving Badly: The New Morality in Politics, Sex, and Business – 2017
What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Most Mysterious Portrait – 2022