Debra Condren, Ph.D., interviewed 500 women for her book, amBITCHous: (def.) a woman who 1. makes more money 2. has more power 3. gets the recognition she deserves 4. has the determination to go after her dreams and can do it with integrity. Morgan Road Books~Random House. Category: business and economics. The New York Times "Books of Style" called amBITCHous "a corrective manifesto...a defiant charge to women to reclaim ambition as a virtue." amBITCHous is also an OprahSelects.com book. Dr. Condren is a psychologist, a business and executive coach and career advisor, and is the founder and executive director of the Women's Business Alliance. She received a U.S. Small Business Administration's "Women In Business Advocate of the Year" award in 2000. Her client roster includes a diverse list of Fortune 500 companies, and a wide array executives, entrepreneurs, and students between the ages of sixteen and sixty. Her advice has been featured in major media outlets including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, BusinessWeek, ABC's Nightline, Oprah & Friends Radio with Jean Chatzkey, CNN's Paula Zahn Now, and NPR's Morning Edition. She lives in New York City and San Francisco with her husband, son, and stepson.