Laurie Segall: Founder, CEO, Executive Producer

Laurie Segall is a journalist and entrepreneur. As CNN’s senior technology correspondent, she interviewed the world’s most influential leaders, winning numerous awards for her investigative reporting.

As CNN’s senior technology correspondent and the editor-at-large for CNN Tech, she has covered the intersection of technology and culture for more than a decade. Her original reporting champions the underdog and reveals the untold stories of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and their human impact. Segall first gained notoriety by identifying and interviewing founders of disruptive tech companies and bringing their stories to light before anyone else.

Her unique reporting style comes through in interviews with the world’s most influential leaders and entrepreneurs, people like Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, Jack Dorsey, and Bill Gates. Her unprecedented access to these titans of tech has allowed her to give audiences a behind-the-scenes look at companies like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Uber during their meteoritic rise.

Segall’s innate ability to bring authenticity and accuracy to technology reporting earned her a following of tech industry insiders and mainstream audiences alike. Through her compassionate and relatable reporting she shines a light on the impact of technology on our daily lives. Her investigations range from emerging forms of online harassment to an intimate look at the hacker community, and unspoken drug use in Silicon Valley.

Building on her long-standing focus on innovation and entrepreneurship, Segall has produced numerous original series and documentaries. Segall served as executive producer and host of CNNGo’s first original series, Mostly Human with Laurie Segall, a six-part investigative docu-series that explored sex, love, death, and humanity – through the lens of tech.

Her latest documentary for CNN, Facebook at 15: It’s Complicated provided unprecedented access to Facebook and its top executives, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.

After a decade covering tech, Segall launched Dot Dot Dot – a media venture exploring technology through the human lens.