Conor Grennan is the author of Little Princes: One Man's Pledge to Return the Lost Children of Nepal, which was a New York Times and international bestseller. Grennan's humanitarian efforts as the creator of Next Generation Nepal (NGN), a nonprofit dedicated to reuniting trafficked children with their families in Nepal, is detailed in the memoir. Little Princes was nominated for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, won the GoodReads Best Travel and Outdoors Award in 2011, and has been translated into 15 languages. Grennan traveled across North America to promote the book after its release, and he especially loved telling his tale with students at secondary schools and colleges. Grennan was named a 2011 Game Changer of the Year by The Huffington Post for his work with Nepalese trafficked children.
He was also selected a recipient of the Dalai Lama's Unsung Heroes of Compassion award in 2014. Grennan is the dean of NYU Stern School of Management MBA students. He and his wife, Liz, live in New Canaan, Connecticut, with their two children, Finn and Lucy.